GEORGETOWN — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR), the premier communications and consulting agency for municipal government agencies, police and fire departments, public school districts and public health departments across the Northeast is pleased to announce two new faces and two promotions of its award-winning staff.
CAMBRIDGE — The 51st PR Club of New England Bell Ringer Awards Ceremony was held Wednesday evening at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, and it was quite a night for the John Guilfoil Public Relations agency.
WASHINGTON — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC is proud to announce that two of its employees have been honored by a national public relations industry organization.
BRAINTREE — John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) is proud to announce that the full-service public relations agency has been honored for the third consecutive year by the Publicity Club of New England at its annual Bell Ringer Awards.
GEORGETOWN – John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC, the growing communications and consulting agency is pleased to announce the hiring of Benjamin Paulin
To celebrate Georgetown 4-year-old and truck fan Tommy Cook’s fight against cancer, a convoy of trucks will drive past his home this weekend
The company recently acquired an office unit in the Professional Building located at 409 Pond St., in Braintree, and renovations are currently underway
John Guilfoil Public Relations (JGPR) is looking for a talented account coordinator to support account executives in the timely delivery of content and completion of projects for our roster of clients, especially in the sectors of education and public health services.
John Guilfoil Public Relations today announced it received two awards at the 49th Annual Bell Ringer Awards Gala on Thursday at The Revere in Boston.
City of Rochester, N,.H. Retains John Guilfoil Public Relations for Citywide Communications and Digital Services
Rochester has retained the services of John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) to create communications platforms, distribute content to the public and the press, and train city leaders and agencies on best practices of mass communication.