Impact PR & Communications, Ltd., the award-winning Hudson Valley public relations and marketing firm, is starting the new year with two very distinct reasons to celebrate. The agency, which celebrates five years in business this year, has been named PR agency of record for Dutchess Tourism and the Beatrix Farrand Garden Association.

The Dutchess Tourism win underscores Impact’s deep roots in Dutchess County, as well as its extensive expertise in the travel and hospitality sector. The agency will spearhead the tourism board’s media relations effort both domestically and internationally. In its work with the Beatrix Farrand Garden Association, Impact will shine a light on the trailblazing landscape architect behind The Beatrix Farrand Garden at Bellefield, Washington D.C.’s Dunbarton Oaks and large parts of the campuses of Princeton and Yale, and the 2019 debut of the film about her life and influence.  Each of the new accounts kicked off the first of the year.

“It’s always exciting to start a new year, but to begin with two new account wins is especially fulfilling,” said Filomena Fanelli, president and CEO, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd. “Being selected to shine a light on the good work of Dutchess Tourism and the Beatrix Farrand Garden Association is an honor for our team.”

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