At Julison Communications,
we help tell your story to the world.
Or wherever you want your story told.
After all, it's really pretty simple, regardless of how complicated it might seem. Ryan Julison and his team have spent the past two decades managing messages and working closely with local and national media to help clients communicate in both good times and bad. At Julison Communications, we have developed communications strategies for a wide-range of crisis situations and worked closely with scores of attorneys to navigate the communication process with media.
Even though we're
not in New York or LA...
We know how to get your story in the hands of top-tier media, immediately. Over the past two decades, we have worked on countless national stories that have generated literally billions of global media impressions. We have developed media relations strategies for a wide-range of complex issues involving including the very public default of a $675 million credit facility, the bankruptcy of two prominent luxury real estate communities, the unfortunate death of a high-profile celebrity's child, multiple class-action lawsuits that affected thousands of homeowners and club members and many other instances where communicating was beyond challenging.
We like to help with good news too...
We've spread the word about a lot of cool things including speed dating for rescue dogs (see the TODAY Show clip), the first-ever surfing program for Special Olympics athletes, the 12-year-old girl who played in an LPGA tournament for her dying mom and the partnership between real estate developer and Audubon of Florida to position a web-cam near an eagle's nest that allowed people to watch eaglets in their natural habitat. We also helped craft and tell the story of James Jones, the father who was arrested after storming a school bus in Seminole County (Fla.) to confront his disabled daughter's bullies.
Jones' story put bullying in the national spotlight and created a teachable moment for both parents and children. Julison Communications helped Jones' attorney develop a communications strategy and arranged interviews with Good Morning America, The TODAY Show, CBS Early Show, FOX, CNN, MSNBC and many other national broadcast and print media outlets.
If practice makes perfect, then we should be pretty darn close.
So, what's your story?