Automotive Public Relations
Marx Layne & Company's automotive practice provides public relations and marketing communications support for nearly every link in the automotive supply chain-from OEMs, Tier one/Tier two component suppliers and logistics companies, to tooling and niche metal cutting shops, engineering and technology companies, to turnaround management firms and automotive retailers (both OE and aftermarket).
Our qualified professionals include executives with extensive automotive communications backgrounds-both corporate and agency, OE and supplier. We work on regular basis with industry trade, general business, daily news, and broadcast journalists, covering a broad array of automotive issues on a national, regional and statewide basis.
Our flagship automotive clients include one of the world's leading providers of safety restraint systems and two globally recognized financial and legal automotive consulting firms.
We understand ROI and the value proposition our clients expect from us, and work with them to amplify their brand awareness and augment their sales efforts to ultimately generate new business.
We position our automotive clients before numerous targeted audiences through a number of specialized services, including:
A firm of 30 professionals, a full administrative, research and support staff, and other needed resources backs our practice and enables us to handle nearly any assignment. At the same time, we are autonomous enough to serve virtually any size organization-from the OEM level right down to the smallest of suppliers-with the same level of talent and service.
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Since 1987, Marx Layne & Company has provided results-focused public relations counsel to a broad spectrum of clients. Our proven ability to design and launch successful campaigns, develop creative communications solutions and exceed client expectations has earned us a reputation as a valued partner and industry leader.
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Marx Layne & Company designs and produces fresh, bold and intrusive branding and graphic design campaigns; Innovative print and online concepts that cut through the clutter—from corporate identity programs, brochures and marketing collateral, to multi-media and Web sites.
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