We have a lot to say.
Admittedly, some of it probably shouldn’t be said in public, so we’ll keep it to the stuff that matters. Don’t expect us to only spew words or facts. We’ll tell you what we think, and more importantly, why it should matter to you.
John O’Connor, Account Manage for Geile/Leon Marketing Communications, a St. Louis PR Agency, spent the morning escorting St. Louis Cardinal Hall-of-Famer Ozzie Smith on several media interviews. For the 10th straight year, Ozzie is Honorary Chairperson for the annual Dining Out For Life event, which takes place Thursday, April 28. More than 130 area restaurants […]
Way back in 2007 I attended a conference in Houston. The topic was consumer engagement, and I met Tim Williams, who is an author and partner of Ignition Consulting group. In his presentation, Tim kept talking about QR, or Quick Read, codes. They were all the rage in Asia and Europe and could be found […]
What could possibly be better than enjoying the Clayton skyline from the new rooftop patio of the G/L office? Short answer: nothing, or maybe having a cold brew in hand. Regardless, this new patio is going to be perfect for afternoon brainstorms or casual client meetings. Is it a crime to get a slight tan […]
It’s common knowledge that the blogging craze has spread like Bieber Fever across the world wide web. You can find blogs on literally every subject known to mankind. You can even find blogs on writing blogs -this particular post, for instance. But what is the secret to getting people, your target audience in particular, to […]
Geile/Leon, a St. Louis PR company , is happy to announce that one of our clients, Heartland Bank, has donated $2,500 to the National Council of Jewish Women’s Kids Community Closet program. The program delivers new clothing to children in crisis or emergency situations, right to their school. Closets are in place within several St. Louis City and […]
Geile/Leon, a St. Louis Public Relations agency , is pleased to announce a terrific media placement for one of our clients, the Branson Convention Center. A very nice piece in the new Small Market Meetings magazine, on the religious meetings market, and how the Branson Convention Center is gaining a solid reputation as a leader in this space.