When it comes to public relations and Jonell PR the case can be made that she was “born to do this.” The public relations professional and brand specialist celebrated her PR boutique’s sixth anniversary this month. Her exceptional skills have married public relations and branding and taken them to extraordinary heights within a rapid time frame.
Throughout Jonell PR’s six-year career as a publicist and CEO of her boutique firm; she has represented notable names in the entertainment industry, such as Grammy Award winning songwriter Sean Garrett, Grammy Award-winning producer Bangladesh, WE tv’s Trina Braxton, Towanda and Ms. Evelyn Braxton, actress-singer Demetria McKinney, filmmaker Roger Bobb, actor Brad James, and relationship therapist Jack A. Daniels.
A just a few years in the business, Jonell PR has earned the honor of being named “One of the Top 100 PR Firms in 2012.” This honor cemented Jonell PR as a brand name in public relations. She also has been recognized for her branding methods through social media with the Trailblazer Award and named one of the “Top Publicists Who Understand Social Media.”
The Los Angeles native and mom of two boys officially launched her public relations boutique firm in 2009. Jonell PR has coordinated events for Tyler Perry Studios, Grey Goose, and many other notable events in Atlanta. Over the past six years, Jonell PR has been dedicated to upholding the standard of competency, professionalism, and creativity in the PR field.
It all went down at the Museum Bar where friends, clients, and supporters of Jonell PR Brand Management gathered in celebration of the sixth anniversary of the boutique public relations agency. Trina Braxton (WEtv reality TV star/artist); DJ Drama; Zach Farlow (Urban Angel Music Group), Jack A. Daniels (relationship therapist); Juicy Badazz (first lady of Badazz Entertainment); OG Muzic rap artist Laboo; Tru Def (rap artist); designer and celebrity stylist KL Allen; Princess Mauve (CEO of the Perfect Population cosmetic line); Dre Powe (rap artist); Young Lexicon (rap artist); Bob Whitfield (former NFL Falcon/PACE with Pros CEO); and actor Brad James were all in attendance for the joyous celebration.
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