MOBILE, Ala. (February 19, 2021) – Fairhope, Ala.-based Pamela Denham & Associates has once again been recognized in Business Alabama’s Top Rank Alabama magazine in the Public Relations Firms category for 2020.
This is the eighth year Pamela Denham & Associates has been selected for inclusion among the top-rated public relations firms. Criteria considered when selecting the top Alabama companies include number of employees and active clients in the state. The firm works with more than 11 clients and eight employees and has been consistently included in Top Rank Alabama over the years.
Founded by Pam Denham in 1998, the agency has expanded to include strategic social media management, email marketing, speaking to large and small groups to develop customer service/communication skills, mentoring, corporate coaching and customer service training. Denham works with a gifted team of highly skilled writers, graphic designers, photographers and videographers, web and digital media specialists, marketing, and public relations professionals.
For more than 22 years, Pam Denham has passionately helped clients succeed in reaching their business goals by listening carefully to their needs and then using a systematic approach to achieve measurable results. The Pamela Denham & Associates team is committed to each client for the long term. Some of her first clients continue to rely on Denham for their public relations and marketing needs.
“If a client provides a great service or product, runs a quality program with first-rate staff, but no one knows about them, we’re only halfway there,” Denham said. “Our focus is helping clients get the word out to the right audiences in a cost-effective way. My greatest passion is to partner with clients to best prepare them internally to present a memorable service experience when new customers respond to our marketing and public relations strategies.” (Photo: Pamela Denham)
With positive messages that resonate across generations, Denham’s ability to connect and influence have been proven time and again.
“When a customer walks through the doors of a business, visits a website or social media page, their immediate impression and overall experience should exceed the expectations that brought them there in the first place. It only takes one employee who does not treat everyone with courtesy and respect to translate into negative customer experiences and ultimately lost revenues. I am convinced that, although good news travels fast, bad news can last forever,” states Denham. To learn more visit, pameladenhamandassociates.com.