RunSwitch Public Relations Open for Business

LOUISVILLE, KY – A team of veteran communications and political consultants have re-
joined forces to launch RunSwitch, a public relations and public affairs firm. RunSwitch has quickly become one of the state’s largest PR firms by bringing together a team of seasoned professionals who service an impressive list of local, national and international clients.

RunSwitch provides a full array of public affairs, public relations and political consulting services by combining decades of experience, unparalleled creativity and effective strategy. RunSwitch helps its clients reach their business, legislative, communications, and marketing goals by driving effective, hard hitting messages when and where they are needed most.

The firm was founded by Kentucky PR pros Scott Jennings, Steve Bryant and Gary Gerdemann, who are building a strong team of operatives to service a wide variety of clients. Members of the RunSwitch team include Les Fugate, Tres Watson, Tyler Glick, Ben Keeton, Rachel Bledsoe, Scottie Ellis, and Kaylee Carnahan, public relations and public affairs professionals with backgrounds in politics, economics, marketing, communications, journalism and more.

RunSwitch has major operations in political consulting and public affairs, agriculture and equine marketing, issue and crisis management, association and coalition management, and public relations. The firm currently serves clients all over the state of Kentucky, Washington D.C., and even Saskatchewan, AB, Canada. If you have an interest in Kentucky media and public affairs, you can follow a Twitter list they’ve started to capture the tweets of reporters, politicians, and other Kentucky public policy entities:

“We are excited to be off the ground and running strong already,” RunSwitch co-founder Scott Jennings said. “Our team is excellent, and we are confident in our ability to drive the right message at the right time for our clients.”

Posted on February 11, 2013 in News

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