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Snapp Conner PR Kicks Off 2014 With Nine New Clients and Two New Team Members

-The PR agency has added Gina Kaillet and Tamsen Maloy to its team to meet the needs of its clients-

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Snapp Conner PR (http://snappconner.com/) is ringing in 2014 with a bang. The PR agency has added eight new clients, including Legacy Food Storage, MyLifter, NuvoH2O, ObservePoint, O.C. Tanner, Ridgecrest Herbals, Salt Lake Comic Con, Waterford Institute and Zulde to its existing client roster for 2014.

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"These new clients highlight our team's ability to showcase its talent nimbly across myriad businesses and industries," said Cheryl Snapp Conner, Founder and Managing partner at Snapp Conner PR. "Our ability to service clients in a variety of areas speaks volumes to our approach and market savvy and gives us the ability to offer valuable PR counsel and business strategy to any type of business in any market."

In addition to its new clients, Snapp Conner PR has added Gina Kaillet and Tamsen Maloy to its team to provide its clients with the PR services they need to successfully grow their brands.

Kaillet joins the team as a Senior PR manager. She brings more than 26 years of public relations, marketing communications and advertising experience to the agency. Kaillet has developed and executed national, international and local initiatives and campaigns in the high-tech, professional services and construction media sectors. She also has extensive experience in planning and organizing high-profile media events.       

Maloy joins Snapp Conner PR as a Writer, PR Asssociate. She graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. While earning her degree, she wrote for the Daily Utah Chronicle where she specialized in covering art, literature and the unusual. Maloy keeps her writing fresh by keeping multiple blogs, filling journals and writing poetry.

"With Gina and Tamsen joining our ranks we add more than 27 years of PR and journalism experience to our already well-seasoned team," said Conner. "Their talents and expertise ensure we will stay at the forefront of public relations through 2014 and beyond."

For more information about Snapp Conner PR and its services please visit http://snappconner.com/.

About Snapp Conner PR
Since 2007, Snapp Conner PR has forged a reputation as the most progressive U.S. public relations agency. Based in Salt Lake City, Snapp Conner is the premier agency driving and advancing the role of communications as a core business strategy for today's organizations. We provide clients throughout the United States with programs that converge and align communications media including traditional PR, thought leadership, social media and content management to provide our clients with optimal business results. For more information about Snapp Conner PR, please visit www.snappconner.com.

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PR Contact:
Jeremy Kartchner
Snapp Conner PR
(801) 994-9625
[email protected]

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