Volume PR has been selected as the agency of record for the BMW Championship 2014, the PGA Tour FedExCup Playoff event that will be held at Cherry Hills Country Club in September. The agency also is representing the organizing body, The Western Golf Association, and its charity, the Evans Scholars Foundation.
Volume PR also has announced its “Cognitive PR” services that integrate neuromarketing and cognitive science principals with public relations. The services – “Your Master Plan” and “Corporate Fuel” – are available to clients with existing partners or in-house communication teams.
If you see Elizabeth Robinson napping a lot this week, it’s because she and her agency, Volume Public Relations, spent last week serving as the agency of record for Shriners International’s 137th Imperial Session held in Denver. The event brought thousands of Shriners to Denver, and is estimated to have a $16 million impact on the city.
Goddamn pot-smoking hippies. There’s always money for a dime bag or a can of Pringles, but ask them to pay an invoice and its all, “Dude, chillax. We’ll hook you up when we can.” Or maybe it’s not like that at all. I’m just guessing based on the lawsuit filed against Greenway University by Denver’s Volume PR, parent company of the nation’s “first and only business development and public relations firm exclusively focused on the medical marijuana industry.” If you are interested, the case was filed in Denver County (#11CV1119).