The firm is expanding its services.
(Press Release) NEW YORK — Brand communications, marketing and public relations agency Luxury Brand Group announces the appointments of Amanda Tropila to public relations manager in New York City and Deanna Russo Clark to jewelry and accessories showroom manager in LBG’s West Hollywood location.
The additions follow the 2016 opening of the New York office as LBG actively expands its services.
A public relations industry veteran, Tropila most recently served as PR manager for Platinum Guild International, where she developed and executed integrated communications plans and brand partnerships, working with jewelers such as Blue Nile, Featherstone Design, Harry Kotlar, Omi Privè, Gumuchian, Tacori and Simon G.
Specializing in jewelry, she will raise client awareness through East Coast media relations.
Russo Clark joins the agency with a diverse background in production, talent relations, partnership development, product placement and luxury brand management and brings a strong network of media and celebrity contacts.
In 2001, she founded Entegrity under which she has successfully driven integrated communications and marketing programs for such distinguished brands as Platinum Guild International, World Gold Council, Piaget, Film Independent Spirit Awards, Sofia Kaman Fine Jewels, SRW International and more. As the showroom manager, she will maintain relations with media and stylists to facilitate product pulls and placements.
“We are thrilled to welcome two respected talents to our team,” says Frank Proctor, president/CEO of Luxury Brand Group. “As we continue to enrich the client experience, Amanda and Deanna bring experience and expertise that will help to elevate Luxury Brand Group’s offerings and brand awareness for our partners.”
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