Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 27, 2015
WordWrite Communications LLC is ranked first or second among Pennsylvania-based public relations firms across multiple categories in the 2015 O’Dwyer’s national PR agency rankings.
O'Dwyer's magazine is the No. 1 publication for PR and marketing communications professionals. Both the New York Times and Washington Post describe it as the “bible” of PR.
All ranked firms satisfied the O'Dwyer’s rules by providing supporting fee and employee totals with income tax and W-3 forms, as well as current client lists.
WordWrite ranked No. 1 in Pennsylvania for environmental and public affairs PR, No. 1 in Pittsburgh and No. 2 in Pennsylvania for health care PR, No. 1 in Pittsburgh and No. 2 in Pennsylvania for professional services PR and No. 1 in Pittsburgh and No. 2 in Pennsylvania for technology and industrial PR. Overall, WordWrite was ranked as the No. 3 PR firm in Pennsylvania.
“The rankings are a clear reflection of collaborative efforts between our team and the clients we are privileged to serve,” said Paul Furiga, WordWrite founder, president and CEO. “The sophisticated nature of the work outlined in the categories requires a strategic approach that focuses less on brand or taglines and more on the authentic stories an organization’s thought leaders and experts are able to tell.”
About WordWrite Communications LLC:
As Pittsburgh’s only pure PR agency, WordWrite Communications LLC helps clients share their great, untold stories with everyone who needs to see, hear and experience them. WordWrite clients range from start-ups to Fortune 1000 and global firms. They share a fundamental belief in the value of two-way communications and authentic stories told by fluent storytellers. WordWrite clients include Allstate, Fragasso Financial Advisors, Kennametal, Koppers Inc., MedExpress, MPW Industrial Services and Pfizer Inc. For more info, visit: http://www.wordwritepr.com, http://www.facebook.com/wordwritepr, http://www.twitter.com/wordwritepr or http://www.linkedin.com/company/wordwrite-communications.