|By PR Newswire||
|March 4, 2014 06:31 PM EST||
NEW YORK, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) announced today that Megan Wilson has joined the agency as an Associate Vice President. Wilson brings several years of public relations experience managing consumer accounts in the fashion, fitness, restaurant, and wellness industries with a focus on event planning, media relations, strategic communications and new product launches.
"Megan is a fine publicist and a dynamic placer," President Richard Rubenstein said. "We look forward to sharing her expertise with our clients."
In her position as Associate Vice President, Wilson will develop and execute dynamic publicity campaigns for RPR's clients including Brian Cuban, Carol Alt, and Karim Rashid.
Wilson joins RPR from Krupp Kommunications, where she advanced from an Account Coordinator to the position of Account Executive and Media Specialist over the course of three years. At Krupp Kommunications, Wilson represented notable brands such as Ann Taylor, Corr-Jensen, Gaiam, EBOOST, Vivienne Tam, Super Service Challenge, Diamond Dallas Page, founder of DDPYOGA and former professional wrestler, and New York Times bestsellers: Grain Brain, The Melt Method, and The Calorie Myth. As a Media Specialist, Wilson created and managed strategic media campaigns and worked closely with both national and regional media.
Wilson received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fashion Design and Marketing from Kwantlen University and earned a New York Real Estate license from New York University.
She is currently a Board Member of Helping Hearts Council, a young professional section of Happy Hearts Fun, a non-profit organization dedicated to rebuilding schools and restoring hope and opportunity in the lives of children after natural disasters.
About Rubenstein Public Relations
Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) is a leading full-service agency based in New York that produces high-profile communications campaigns through branding and messaging, media relations, creative and business development services. Our comprehensive strategy, savvy media expertise and proactive approach shapes and markets a brand's core attributes to generate meaningful results for clients. We represent some of the world's most prominent names in the real estate, business, luxury lifestyle, entertainment, technology, healthcare and non-profit sectors. (www.rubensteinpr.com)
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