The Brandman Agency announces five Q1 2021 client wins

by | Apr 19, 2021

The Brandman Agency announced the following new clients in Q1 2021:

The St. Regis Bermuda Resort: The Brandman Agency is leading PR efforts across America for The St. Regis Bermuda Resort, set to open May 22, 2021 and marking the first Marriott International resort in Bermuda in more than 20 years. Located in St. George’s, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the resort will feature lavishly appointed accommodations, exceptional amenities, and the world-renowned St. Regis Butler Service, heralding the Live Exquisite culture to the pristine white sands of St. Catherine’s Beach.

Grand Lakes Orlando: The Brandman Agency is working with Grande Lakes Orlando, a 500 acre luxury resort complex comprising of The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando and JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes. Brandman is leading the national media relations and social influencer strategy for both resorts, focusing on the newly renovated accommodations and amenities at The Ritz-Carlton and the recently launched Curated Experiences Series.

Luxaviation: Since 1964, Luxaviation Group has been tailoring private travel experiences for a global clientele. Ever innovative in spirit, the group has leveraged its global perspective, carrying the value of its founder into its transformation as the world’s premier luxury experience travel company. Through the development of bespoke luxury travel packages in private jets, various ventures, fine wines, and its very own Luxaviation Client Service Training Academy, Luxaviation is honored to evolve its brand in keeping with the ever-changing luxury travel landscape. The Brandman Agency is working with Luxaviation Group on its important new U.S. market expansion, with the primary PR goal of growing the company’s presence among in-market luxury consumers through targeted media relations.

Elegant Hotels: The Brandman Agency will be supporting Elegant Hotels’ portfolio of luxury hotels in the US and UK markets. Elegant Hotels, now part of Marriott International’s portfolio, owns and operates seven luxury hotels in Barbados – six of which are situated on the island’s prestigious Platinum West Coast: Colony Club, Tamarind, The House, Crystal Cove, Turtle Beach, Waves Hotel & Spa and Treasure Beach.

Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla: The first Canopy by Hilton property to debut in the Caribbean and Latin America, Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla is a true urban sanctuary, bringing the perfect blend of style, local culture, authenticity, adventure, indulgence and inspiration to Cancun. Ideally located in the heart of Cancun’s lively Hotel Zone, this 174-room urban oasis offers travelers beautifully styled décor, authentic dining experiences, exciting live entertainment, and a dazzling rooftop pool and bar oasis.  The Brandman Agency is providing Canopy by Hilton Cancun La Isla U.S. market PR support, assisting with brand development, partnerships and hotel programming, and media and influencer relations.

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