“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness...” with due respect to Charles Dickens, the same intro could be applied to both Bueno Foods (Bueno) and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP).
Both organizations are established New Mexico institutions with a proven track record of success in the respective food packaging and nuclear repository arenas. Both organizations have recently faced situations that have dramatically kept them from accomplishing their organizational mission: a crisis.
Between social media strategy brainstorms, diving into website code, and vectoring the Garrity PR team into snowmen, it’s impossible for me to find hours to shop for last-minute gifts for friends and family. I’m not much of a shopper to begin with, but thankfully local products and services have come to the rescue.
While our team can barely believe 2013 is nearly at a close, this season we’ve been fortunate to participate in many fun holiday events and activities.
For the last several years the holy grail of marketing communications has been the Hispanic demographic.
And that is for good reason. According to the United States Census the Hispanic demographic is the fastest growing minority segment of the population. In addition, the increased purchasing power and confidence of increased income are very high. Those top line facts are a few of many reasons fortune 500 corporations are finding ways to connect with this influential audience.
The Garrity Group recognized for outstanding public relations work
Albuquerque, NM – October 2015 - The New Mexico Public Relations Society of America announced the winners of its annual Cumbre Awards. The 2015 Cumbre Awards celebrated the best examples of public relations work from 2014 and acknowledged the achievements of professionals in the industry. The Garrity Group shined, taking home multiple top awards.
Garrity Perception Survey Shows NM Losing Trust in All Media
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – New Mexico residents are turning to television and newspaper more as a news and information source than last year according to the 2013 Garrity Perception Survey. However, just because residents are watching and reading more doesn’t mean they trust it more; every traditional media source has seen a steady decline in credibility since the 2011 statewide survey.
Small Business and Community Colleges Most Favorable Industries and Institutions Among New Mexico Residents
Garrity Perception Survey Trends are not favorable for National Labs, Religious Groups, State Universities and Oil & Gas Industries
Garrity Perception Survey Shows New Mexico Residents Have a New Perception of “Local” Business
ALBUQUERQUE, NM – New Mexico residents prefer to support local businesses, but just barely. According to the 2013 Garrity Perception Survey, an almost equal number of residents indicated that “local” doesn’t matter. The survey, which sought out purchasing preferences of New Mexico residents, also revealed that adults view national and big box stores as “local” businesses.