Crossroads PR, a provider of strategic public relations counsel and services, today announced growth in 2006 marked by new client relationships, the addition of several employees and larger office space.
During 2006, Crossroads expanded its client base with the addition of several new clients.
In order to continue growing and expanding services offered to its client base, Crossroads extended its employee headcount welcoming two new account executives, a senior account executive and an account coordinator [bringing the all-girl agency to 9 employees]. To accommodate this aggressive growth, the company tripled its overall space by moving to a new office in downtown Raleigh near Moore Square.
“Our clients have come to know us as experts in providing strategic PR to technology and other B2B companies,” stated Shawn Ramsey, president and founder of Crossroads Public Relations. “As such, it has been our goal over the past year to build a diverse group of individuals with complementary experience and skill sets to meet the needs of those clients.”
Business partners Shawn Ramsey and Kristi Lee have plans to continue growing the four year old company with the addition of new employees as client demand permits.
“We are pleased with the success Crossroads experienced in 2006 and intend to continue moving forward in 2007,” said Ramsey.
For the record, the real story here is that Moore Square is home to Raleigh's beloved half-ton copper acorn. Designed to commemorate the city's bicentennial, today this monstrosity is said to bring good luck.