P Jones Communications, founded by Patricia Ellen Jones, is a full-service consultancy, offering media relations, marketing and publicity services. A former producer for NBC Nightly News, she has an intuitive grasp of what is newsworthy and brings her journalistic savvy and insight to the development of effective, results-oriented communications campaigns.
Patricia uses a focused and personalized approach for the firm’s client services and is committed to building a long-term partnership with each individual client based on the highest standards and ethics of professional service.
Patricia will evaluate your needs, identify your target audience and promote your brand, giving it wide exposure. Patricia’s writing style is clear and crisp, strategically molding your key message and delivering it in a compelling manner. In order to achieve optimum results, she carefully selects a skilled team of media specialists, writers, editors and graphic designers to work on individual projects that engenders a close connection between her clients and team members.
Patricia personally oversees all aspects of a project and provides one-on-one service to each client. As a small business with low overhead, PJC is able to maintain a reasonable fee schedule that allows it to pass on its savings directly to its clients.
Here is a sampling of PJC’s projects:
• Since April 2007, PJC has provided a range of strategic planning to Alley Cat Allies, creating and executing media campaigns and negotiating heavily-discounted advertising space for the nonprofit. In 2009, PJC booked Alley Cat Allies on the CBS Early Show as part of the effort to raise awareness for National Feral Cat Day.
• PJC represented a group of NYC business owners in 2007-2008 to fight the city’s efforts to invoke Eminent Domain to take away their land and businesses. PJC launched an integrated communications strategy that included broad advertising, proactive media relations, rallies and press conferences.
• In the wake of the Hurricane Katrina tragedy in 2005, PJC partnered with Noah’s Wish, publicizing the group’s efforts to rescue pets and other animals affected by the disaster, raising more than $8 million in a national appeal that appeared on all major TV networks and print publications across the US and around the world.
• PJC promoted the award-winning playwright William S. Leavengood’s off-Broadway production of “Little Mary” in 2005, securing multiple reviews, including one that appeared in The New York Times.