We just landed some cool new projects – so we’re hiring!
We are looking to bolster our team with an experienced public relations pro – someone who will work with our clients to find their unique story angles, compellingly share these stories with the media, and develop media relationships that result in coverage.
The person in this position will manage client relationships, including planning and providing strategic direction. They should be a strong writer and be able to deftly balance working independently while being a proactive leader for client teams.
This is a full-time position but we’re pretty flexible about hours and where you work. (The only thing we are not too flexible about is experience – we will only be looking at candidates who have at least a couple years of experience securing media coverage.)
If this sounds like something you might be interested in, let us know. Resumes can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. (No phone calls, please)
October 10, 2016 Comments Off on Position Available
Our client Friends Records has been busy releasing new albums and we’ve been busy releasing their news. Check out these stories about Friends’ expansion and their most recent release by Baltimore-based duo Peals.
(By the way, City Paper named Friends Records “Best Label” in last week’s Best of Baltimore issue)
September 19, 2016 Comments Off on Among Friends
That was the headline of the Washington Post review (yesterday in print, online here) of La Cuchara.
Last week, the restaurant’s sommelier was featured in a Baltimore Business Journal story titled “How I created an award-winning wine program at La Cuchara.”
Not a bad start to the work week and the Fall season.
September 6, 2016 Comments Off on “Going Big with Basque”
We are currently accepting resumes from motivated, outgoing and enthusiastic college students looking for an exciting internship for the fall semester.
Interns at Himmelrich PR work as part of our client teams and produce real work (not “busy work”) for our clients, including events and shows, arts organizations, nonprofits, restaurants, and attractions.
– providing strategy and ideas for promotions and publicity
– identifying media, contacts and client opportunities
– writing media and promotional materials, including press releases, newsletters and blogs
– researching media outlets and personnel
We welcome resumes from communications, public relations, marketing, English or business majors who want to build their portfolios and their knowledge of public relations.
Internships are unpaid and should be used for academic credit. Applicants interested in working at a cool office in Hampden filled with smart and nice people should email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
No phone calls, please.
August 17, 2016 Comments Off on Fall Internship Opportunities Available!
Happy anniversary… to us.
We just inked our agreement with the Maryland Home & Garden Show to promote its fall show at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. This is the 10th year we are working with the show producers.
July 13, 2016 Comments Off on Long Term Success
Fresh off their wins at the inaugural Heart of the School Awards, five outstanding Baltimore City Public School principals sat down with Dan Rodricks on the The Sun’s Roughly Speaking podcast.
Press play to hear their insights, challenges and triumphs.
June 23, 2016 Comments Off on Winning Principals Behind the Mic
La Cuchara is serious about fresh ingredients. How serious? They’re the first Baltimore restaurant to partner with City Hydro to grow microgreens IN the restaurant. Check out the Baltimore Sun article for more details.
June 2, 2016 Comments Off on Tray to Table
Nonprofits run by smart, passionate people and doing important, meaningful work have a big impact. And there’s nothing a like good gala to remind you just how big… or to remind us how much we like helping them. We enjoyed promoting these great client events in the last 10 days:
The Edward A. Myerberg Center celebrated its 40th anniversary and honored its founding president at its annual spring event. The evening raised funds to support programs for older adults, including 8,000 meals served each year to low-income seniors.
At the Young Audiences “Taste the Arts” gala, 650 guests dined on specialties from 20+ restaurants, honored arts advocates and supported the organization’s programs that bring teaching artists into 450+ schools and community centers throughout the state.
On Monday night, the inaugural Heart of the School Awards exceeded all expectations – 550 guests from Baltimore’s business and philanthropic communities honored Baltimore City public school principals (more than 100 of them were in attendance) and awarded 11 principals with funds to support their schools.
May 26, 2016 Comments Off on Gala Season
May 5, 2016 Comments Off on Client on the Cover
Sometimes you need to bring something down in order to build something up.
That was the case this morning as the Maryland Film Festival began demolition of the Chicken Box building at the corner of Charles and North. The site will be a new addition to the historic Parkway Theatre, which will open a year from now as the Parkway Film Center.
We like boosting up our clients. Today, we liked seeing them brought down.
April 28, 2016 Comments Off on The Ups and Downs of PR