EGLahr PR & Media gets results on behalf of a wide range of clients. Here are some examples of how we blended a series of strategies for maximum impact.


Anniversary PR


 Cain Hibbard & Myers

Anniversary PR | Media Relations | Event Planning

A Pittsfield-based law firm hired us to orchestrate its 5oth Anniversary, with “Five Events for Five Decades.” During the year, CHM hosted a series of entertaining and informative events around everyday legal topics such as email dangers on the job, copyright law and elder care planning.[/ezcol_1half_end]




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QSM Associates

Re-branding | Website Development | Collateral Materials

Software project estimating firm QSM Associates hired EGLahr PR & Media for re-branding and fresh messaging. In addition, we build a sleek, clean website with targeted, engaging content, along with complementary collateral materials for use in trade shows and business development.[/ezcol_1half_end]

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Berkshire Children and Families

Website Development | Media Relations | Annual Report | Email Marketing | Fundraising Support | Executive Messaging

A comprehensive strategic communications client, Berkshire Children and Families and its Kids 4 Harmony program taps all of our talents. Our media relations work generates television and print media for the BCF Kids 4 Harmony program, an El Sistema-inspired classical music program for Pittsfield city kids. Our newsletter work, website development and leadership messaging combine to boost BCF fundraising throughout the region and the state.[/ezcol_1half_end]


Elm Court, Stockbridge, Mass.

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Travaasa Experiential Resorts

Media Relations | Community Outreach | Voter Education

We were retained by a Denver resort company to help reverse voter opposition to a local zoning bylaw change that would clear the way for a hotel expansion at a historic Stockbridge, Mass.  estate. Media relations, email outreach and old-fashioned networking led to a landslide vote favoring the bylaw. A year later, we re-engaged with Travaasa to conduct outreach for a complex special permit process — another resounding success. [/ezcol_1half_end]