Public relations beyond the press release

When Swedish Hospital started using the da Vinci Surgical System, we live-tweeted a surgery and created a compelling video series to show what it can do.

Protect your organization before it is too late

When it comes to crisis management and crisis communications, every second counts. Whether you are in the midst of a crisis or want to protect yourself before the crisis hits, Fearey has an on-call team ready to help you through your situation.

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Develop a brand identity – name, logo, tone, tagline

Starting with a new brand and name, Fearey took Life Science Washington through a full rebrand and supported it with an external communications program.

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Shape opinion, advance policy, educate and engage

Fearey’s public affairs team has been behind some of the Pacific Northwest’s most compelling projects — from the Seattle Waterfront to Bertha and the Seattle Streetcar to Community Transit

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Use social media to reach customers in new ways

Instead of just writing a traditional press release for the Snowy Owl Theater, designed by architecture firm Studio Meng Strazzara, Fearey created a video to bring the space to life and to showcase the building’s unique design.

Build your reputation with less stress & more profit

When LYFE Kitchen challenged Fearey to help it open restaurants in new markets, the firm succeeded by creating countless media and community opportunities — connecting the brand to new customers.

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Public Relations Seattle. Public Affairs. marketing. digital and social media.

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Public Relations Seattle: The Fearey Group is a strategic communications firm. We build your brand and tell your story one conversation at a time. Written or spoken, it’s about building relationships with your audience.

We specialize in public relations, public affairs, graphic design, digital and social media.

We deliver results and that is why we’ve been open for business for 35 years.

Our people have deep relationships in the Pacific Northwest. We connect people and companies. We drive purchases and grow businesses. We spur action, shape perceptions and build reputations. And we help advance your career.

Our clients are big and small. They are local in Seattle and they are national. Our client list, past/present, includes Boeing, Virginia Mason, Clipper Vacations, Seattle Children’s, Johnson & Johnson, Domino’s Pizza, LYFE Kitchen, Vulcan, Bar Louie, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, UCSF Medical Center, Tacoma Rainiers, Seattle Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse and his foundation, Perkins+Will, Swedish, Lenny Wilkens Foundation, Northeastern University, LifeNet Health, PCC Natural Market, and many others.

We are affiliated with 47 offices around the world through our Public Relations Global Network. We’ve purposefully built a firm that clients of all sizes want to work with, and talented, savvy people come from all around to work.

Having a focus on public relations in Seattle, we’re passionate about the community we live, work and play. And we focus on being the best in our industry. We implement. We measure. We adjust. We hustle. We know how to get it done. And we’ve done it for years.

Bottom line: if we gain your trust, we’ll take you from where you are today to where you want to be.

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Every Fearey staff member is encouraged to join a community board or help create it. In 2014, Fearey helped launch the 15 to 1: Jermaine Kearse Foundation for Seattle Seahawks Wide Receiver, Jermaine Kearse.

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Public Relations

Public Relations

Telling your story effectively – whether it’s to a mainstream or niche audience.

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Public Affairs

Public Affairs

Communicating about your cause, your company or your issue.

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Social + Digital

Social + Digital

Reaching your audience online, and in the real world with our Social Media Lunch.

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Marketing

Marketing

Sharing your brand story through websites, collateral, advertising and more.

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