Inspired by lyrics from a favorite song, the name 32Flavors adorns this public relations firm focused on working with the “next big thing”. Our clients are driven to do what they love for a living so it is a perfect match.
With the recent influx of young designers, mom and dad inventors, and small indie companies taking over e-commerce, there has yet to be a PR firm focused on this niche- until now. 32Flavors PR handles publicity, editorial placement, and branding techniques for Internet based businesses, and our exclusive focus is working with designers who create and sell their own product. While we work with online companies our press hits include print, television, radio and web.
Handpicked clients, and a boutique firm atmosphere are what makes 32Flavors PR a success. By working closely with top print editors, a selection of television contacts, and a celebrity set, 32Flavors PR enjoys a client roster of motivated companies who we know will continue to evolve and impress our contacts.If you are a designer who embodies a driven spirit and a feeling that you are beyond everyone else’s
“peripheral vision” as the song states, give us a ring. They will turn their heads.
With deep roots in online marketing, we have the inside track on the Internet and the secret to success for thriving on the world wide web. PR firm founder Lizabeth (lizzie) Landon Sorensen has contributed to over a dozen websites as a leading editor in the baby fashion blog circuit, and has supported large companies in their online marketing efforts since 2001. Since 1995 Lizzie has supported brick and mortar companies in their marketing efforts and has conceived of ways to promote companies and think outside the box resulting in 2 of her online marketing projects to be voted “Best Of” by Forbes Magazine. PR runs through her veins as she is the grand-daughter of GE executive speech writing genius, and PR guru R.Ned Landon. Lizzie is a mother of two smart and fashionable girls, and runs her PR firm from upstate NY. Most recently she joined the masthead of Motherwords magazine as style editor.