Her broad industry experience, knowledge of how and when to utilize public relations and her ability to help companies maximize their marketing budgets will be a tremendous benefit to our clients and our organization.
St. Louis, Mo. (PRWEB) February 05, 2015
Geile/Leon Marketing Communications announced it has hired Mary Roddy Sawyer as Vice President of Public Relations.
Sawyer brings more than 25 years of experience in marketing, media relations, corporate communications, employee communications, public relations counsel and issue management to the firm. She has worked for private and publicly traded corporations, government agencies, higher education institutions and advertising agencies. Most recently Sawyer served more than eight years with the Brighton Agency. Agency clients have been from agriculture, pet care, manufacturing, service industry, technology, nonprofit, government, health care, construction, labor union, human resources and manufacturing sectors.
“We’re delighted that Mary will be a member of our G/L leadership team,” said President and Brand Strategist Tim Leon. “Her broad industry experience, knowledge of how and when to utilize public relations and her ability to help companies maximize their marketing budgets will be a tremendous benefit to our clients and our organization.”
Sawyer is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and Saint Louis University with a master’s degree in business administration.
She and her husband Michael live in St. Louis County, and are the parents of three children.
About Geile/Leon Marketing Communications
Based in Clayton, Mo., Geile/Leon offers clients an integrated approach to marketing. Integrated services include brand discovery and development, advertising, social media and online capabilities, sales promotion, public relations and direct marketing. The company has a staff of 18, and billed $4 million in 2014. The agencies clients include Union Pacific Railroad, Manna Pro, Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, Metro Imaging, Chase Park Plaza and Nidec Motor Corporation.