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A can of dog brew is placed between a dog's front paws
We’re clos­ing out the sec­ond quar­ter with a vari­ety of new clients, each with inspir­ing visions. From an event that is break­ing down health bar­ri­ers in his­tor­i­cal­ly under­rep­re­sent­ed com­mu­ni­ties to an icon­ic fam­i­ly-owned florist, our team is proud to have wel­comed the fol­low­ing new clients in the past few months: Bachman’s is a fam­i­ly-owned flo­ral, home, and gar­den...
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In a time when dis­trust is the default, and con­sumers’ BS meters are astute, how can your com­pa­ny build trust? Peo­ple. With lim­it­ed per­son­al inter­ac­tions the past two years, tap­ping into that crav­ing for human con­nec­tion is a way to authen­ti­cal­ly tell your sto­ries while build­ing trust with your con­sumers. And, who bet­ter to speak...
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We are proud to share that Bell­mont Part­ners took home a win at the Min­neso­ta PRSA Clas­sics Awards last night in the Inte­grat­ed Pro­grams cat­e­go­ry for our work with long­time client Sec­ond Har­vest Heart­land for “Pitch In for the Kitchen,” a cam­paign for Min­neso­ta Cen­tral Kitchen. Min­neso­ta Cen­tral Kitchen was quick­ly formed in the ear­ly...
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TV screenshot of owner Brian Bellmont
Recent­ly I took a look at PR role mod­els in pop cul­ture and came up fair­ly emp­ty. Yes, there were a few exag­ger­at­ed char­ac­ters like Saman­tha Jones from “Sex and the City.” But if they didn’t exact­ly spark a rush of peo­ple apply­ing for PR jobs, who did? The like­ly answer: fic­tion­al jour­nal­ists. In the 70s,...
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Retro television sits on table
If there was ever a career rep­re­sent­ed on TV that needs some PR, it’s PR. The small screen is over­flow­ing with cops, doc­tors and lawyers. And espe­cial­ly dur­ing many cur­rent PR prac­ti­tion­ers’ for­ma­tive years – in the 70s, 80s, and 90s – sit-coms and dra­mas fea­tured a vari­ety of well-defined careers for all sorts of icon­ic...
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How can you authen­ti­cal­ly engage with deci­sion mak­ers who may be good advo­cates, influ­encers, prospects, part­ners or employ­ees? While it can be a major under­tak­ing, the good news is that pub­lic rela­tions – includ­ing many ini­tia­tives that may already be in the works – can play a major role in build­ing and strength­en­ing relationships. In...
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You may have heard us shout from the rooftops about Three­Six­ty Jour­nal­ism, which trains and sup­ports Min­neso­ta high school stu­dents as they grow into the next gen­er­a­tion of diverse thinkers, com­mu­ni­ca­tors and lead­ers. Our agency has been sup­port­ing this phe­nom­e­nal non­prof­it pro­gram for more than a decade, Senior Account Exec­u­tive Bri­ana Grue­newald worked for Three­Six­ty,...
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Princess Kay being interviewed on camera
Now that the 2018 Min­neso­ta State Fair is behind us, and we’ve rest­ed our feet and caught up on some sleep, we took time to reflect on 12 days filled with ban­ner media cov­er­age for our clients at the big event – Mid­west Dairy and Min­neso­ta Wine Country. Our team worked with media from every cor­ner...
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Q&A With Bellmont Partners’ New Project Manager, Gretchen Sitzer
January 31, 2023
Going Green Earns Gold
January 25, 2023
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Riding The Tide of Change—5 Trends in Marketing Communications for 2023
January 19, 2023
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Building a People-Centric Culture
January 11, 2023
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Q&A with Bellmont Partners’ New Content Marketing Strategist, Maddie Michaud
January 3, 2023
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Greener Living: Bellmont Partners’ Top Five Sustainability Tips of 2022
December 30, 2022

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