Whatever your needs, Fitzpatrick & Lewis can structure a program that delivers results and offers expertise in the following public relations disciplines.
Your organization needs to convey its goals with clear compelling messages. Fitzpatrick & Lewis offers solutions that will help manage your reputation throughout your key influencers and audiences, including consumers, employees, legislators, the Georgia media, key tourism stakeholders, key Georgia communities, and other public officials and thought leaders.
Fitzpatrick & Lewis knows the language and processes of the media and how to make them work for you. We have initiated media relations programs with international, national, state and local media on every conceivable issue. We design media programs that support your strategic objectives and enhance your reputation.
Message Strategy & Construction
Great messages deliver great results. Fitzpatrick & Lewis’ message planning process creates compelling messages that tell your story and build your business.
Corporate Community/Public Affairs & Issues Management
The community environment in which organizations operate has a major influence on their ability to do business. Fitzpatrick & Lewis has extensive knowledge of the interactions within a community’s business, social and political structures and has the skills and experience to help you build the relationships that reflect well on your business.
Media Coaching and Training
Speaking to the media and appearing as a spokesperson for your organization can create nervousness and anxiety, but it shouldn’t. Fitzpatrick & Lewis’ "Meeting the Media" training session teaches essential tools for managing every media encounter. Designed for non-media professionals, it includes customized classroom instruction and reference manuals.
New Media - Blogs, Vlogs and Podcast
Fitzpatrick & Lewis has rapidly developed an expertise in using the web to create highly effective web-based tools for generating web traffic, building and enhancing reputations and creating tools that make web sites "sticky."