grapevine pr + consulting, a Los Angeles-based full-service lifestyle and entertainment public relations and integrated marketing agency, has further expanded its U.S. footprint with the launch of its third American office in Nashville, Tennessee.
Last year, the award-winning PR firm opened its second U.S. office with the launch of grapevine pr Austin in Texas’ vibrant capital, led by grapevine pr head of marketing and VP, Michael Louis Gutierrez.
The new Nashville office, which expands grapevine pr’s reach into the Southeastern region of the United States, is led by vice president and head of social media for the firm, Laura Heckman, a native of Music City.
“There’s an electricity that runs through each of these three cities that marries well with our own approach and values,” says Steven Le Vine, founder and president of grapevine pr + consulting. “There is a visceral undercurrent of love and loyalty that Nashvillians, Austinites and Angelenos all share for their communities and an excitement and passion that is very much in the air. In many ways, Nashville is the heartbeat and voice of the south, and one of our country’s greatest cities, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it.”
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