Los Angeles headquartered full-service consumer lifestyle and entertainment public relations agency grapevine pr + consulting has announced the opening of its second U.S. office, grapevine pr ATX, in Austin, Texas, expanding its national footprint into the Greater Texas market and the Southwestern region.

The move comes on the heels of the independently owned firm’s recent designation as 2017’s “Agency of the Year” in the PR World Awards, where it was honored with the Gold Award by its peers for leading the way in public relations.

Along with its new offices, grapevine pr will also be expanding further its focuses within the consumer & B2B tech, residential and commercial real estate and travel & tourism markets, all industries in which the agency has worked since its inception in 2006.

“Austin has seen a rapid trend of explosive growth these last few years and has come to represent a modern American hotbed for technological innovation, entrepreneurial venture, brand disruption and limitless creative potential, making it the ideal spot for us to further expand our presence within the United States market,” says Steven Le Vine, founder and president of grapevine pr + consulting. “We’re excited to become part of Austin’s vibrant and inspiring business community.”

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