"I've worked with Neal for more than 15 years and his expertise in interacting with so many different types of media genres has been a real plus for us. We do a lot of projects with various branches of the U.S. military so it's also helpful to have a PR professional who can seamlessly coordinate with executives in the defense, intelligence and government domains."
Jack Fraser, President/CEO
Advantech GS Enterprises
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Leavitt Communications, a PR firm based in San Diego County, represents a diversified public/private sector global client base. These include architecture, construction, biotechnology, engineering, government, healthcare, industrial, legal, real estate, retail, technology, and more.
Our group of experienced professionals understands the strategic difference between the development of relationships and plans, and the visible presentation of solutions and information. The difference is critical to the efficient and effective success for both start-up ventures and established companies. We keep clients informed of the issues that are of interest to affected constituents, whether it's the media, investors, elected officials or the public.
So let us help you cut through the chaos and use the media, the Internet and other communications channels to help brand your message, your product and further your business objectives.
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Leavitt Communications is a fully integrated advertising, marketing, and public relations company. Our business model can save you anywhere from 30 to 60 percent in annual marketing communications costs - dollars that can be applied to other marketing endeavors.
We also offer an attractive referral program that will bring both clients and colleagues residual income.
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