Leading Bike Vacation PR Firm Cycling For Public Relations Company

Duvine Cycling

DuVine Cycling and Adventure Company is on the hunt for a stellar public relations company.

Duvine designs and leads luxury bicycle vacations in the world’s most amazing places—from the rolling hills of Tuscany and storied medieval villages of Provence to the Andean foothills of Argentina’s wine country and the lush vineyards of Sonoma. DuVine travelers learn that biking is the very best way to travel as it intimately connects you with a destination.  They customize tours, and seek to “amaze and astound guests with unforgettable experiences that will change their lives.”


DuVine Cycling and Adventure Company

They seek to develop a PR firm with an emphasis on: media relations, relationship building with appropriate centers of influence, and community relations activities that support overall marketing messages. Success includes:

  • Arranging local and national media coverage including interviews and appearances
  • Advising on key messaging strategies and necessary collateral
  • Identifying and training key spokespersons
  • Identifying possibilities for speaking engagements and appearances
  • Creating and coordinating special events

The company is celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2016. Proposals are due December 21, 2015 and should be directed to Kelsey Knoedler at 617.776.4441 or kelsey@duvine.com

 

 

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