Hawkins International PR Announces New LA Office and Clients

by | Oct 24, 2018

Hawkins International Public Relations announced the opening of a new office in Los Angeles, which has been retained by five new clients, including:

  • Gaige House + Ryokan, Sonoma, CA – Situated along Calabazas Creek in Sonoma Valley, Gaige House + Ryokan is a newly redesigned boutique inn offering guests an experience inspired by traditional Japanese inns (Ryokans)
  • Kenwood Inn & Spa, Sonoma, CA – Designed with serenity in mind, the Mediterranean-style inn sits on more than two and one-half peaceful acres, surrounded by vineyards, orchards and ancient oaks.
  • Balboa Bay Resort, Newport Beach, CA – Balboa Bay is the only waterfront resort in Newport Beach and offers stunning bay views and sunsets over the Pacific Ocean.
  • Casa Madrona, Sausalito, CA – Casa Madriba is located on the waterfront in downtown Sausalito, a picturesque and upscale Bay Area community north of SanFrancisco, located just across the Golden Gate Bridge and in close proximity to Napa and Sonoma wine countries.
  • Crustacean Beverly Hills – Crustacean is one of Beverly Hills’ most iconic restaurants located blocks from Rodeo Drive.

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