CRC Announces Promotions of Hollis Byram & Kelly Tick to Account Executive

by | Apr 10, 2019

CRC, a fast growing independently held PR and digital marketing agency based in NYC, announced that Hollis Byram and Kelly Tick have been promoted to Account Executive.

Hollis joined CRC last year after graduating from Southern Methodist University. She has assisted with media relations and influencer marketing for the agency’s consumer lifestyle brands as well as CRC’s marketing and business development initiatives. In the past 6 months, Hollis has helped secure press placements for Joules, Echo and Ceramedx in Vogue, Allure, Woman’s Day, PEOPLE Magazine, the Today Show and more. In Q1 alone, Hollis garnered over 90 million media impressions for her accounts and has assisted with influencer partnerships for various clients.

Kelly also joined CRC last year after graduating from the University of Michigan and has contributed significantly to CRC’s success through her accomplishments in digital marketing and media relations. She works on CRC’s consumer lifestyle accounts including SimplyProtein, HanesBrands and Echo. During her time at the agency, she has secured placements in publications such as Buzzfeed, Brit + Co and Celebrity Page TV. Through creative digital marketing strategies, Kelly has grown SimplyProtein’s social media followings through original storytelling to propel the #SimplyU movement which has grown to over 5,000 Instagram followers in six months with eight influencer partnerships.

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