Carroway + Rose, a national boutique public relations firm with offices in Santa Fe, NM, announced today the formation of the firm’s headquarters in Charleston, SC. The firm offers a full public relations suite to clients in the arts, travel & tourism, corporate and non-profit sectors and boasts a combined 50 years of experience among its founders.
James Briggs, a native Charlestonian and co-founder of the firm, commented on the selection of Charleston as the location for the firm’s efforts. “Storytelling is a rich tradition here in Charleston and throughout the region and Carroway + Rose seeks to add to that heritage. Whether you’re just starting out in business or seeking new ways to tell your story to new audiences, we look forward to being part of the timeless tapestry of stories in the South.”
Professionals at Carroway + Rose bring a long lineage of successful public relations strategies and campaigns to the Holy City and the region. “It’s good to be home,” said Briggs. “The Palmetto State is where my family got its start in this country and it’s fitting to come home and headquarter the business here and work alongside business leaders and artists in Charleston and the region.”
Phil Molfese, Senior Business Advisor to Carroway + Rose, added, “The culture at Carroway + Rose fosters the specialized skills of proven professionals in a collaborative and creative environment to produce the best PR strategy and execution possible for its clients. Our mission is to enhance our clients’ brand by engaging the audience they wish to reach and helping them realize the full potential of communications marketing by telling their stories in authentic, imaginative and engaging ways.” Molfese previously served as President of Chicago-based and award winning public relations firm Grainger-Terry, Inc. where he amassed broad experience across political, corporate and non-profit clients.
Carroway + Rose professionals have a portfolio of previous clients including local brands Wild Dunes, Seabrook Island and The American College of Building Arts and have steered national brands such as Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, T-Mobile, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum along with dozens of local entrepreneurs and artists around the country. New clients will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
The firm also unveiled it’s website, http://www.