R&J Strategic Communications has been named the agency of record for Diversified Properties, one of the northeast’s most respected and sought-after developers, builders and managers. R&J will create and implement a comprehensive integrated communications strategy to help Diversified Properties grow its market position in an increasingly competitive real estate market.
We are excited to announce that R&J has been recognized by the NJ Ad Club Jersey Awards and the Public Relations Society of America, PRS, NJ Pyramid Award for campaigns executed on behalf of our clients Saint Francis Veterinary Center of South Jersey and Alfred Sanzari Enterprises.
We’re pleased to announce that R&J has been named to GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum’s Commercial Real Estate Influencers in Marketing and Communications list.
The R&J Make a Difference Award for Q4 of 2020 was presented to Graphic Designer, Zach Paige. Originating from the agency’s brand statement, the Make a Difference Award is given to an employee who goes above and beyond, making a difference for the agency, its clients and in the community.
R&J Strategic Communications has once again been named one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey, ranking 13th in the small-sized company category. This marks the seventh time overall that R&J has made the list compiled by NJBIZ magazine.
R&J founder and Chief Executive Officer, John Lonsdorf, was presented with an ICON Award from NJBIZ in recognition of his success in creating and leading one of the most respected, admired and accomplished strategic communications agencies in the Greater New York/New Jersey region.
We are pleased to announce the promotion of Jessica Cummings to Account Executive.
We are pleased to announce Senior Account Executive, Rebecca Smith, has been recognized by the New Jersey Advertising Club as one of Jersey’s Best Marketing and Communications Professionals under 40 for 2020.
The Make a Difference Award for Q2 of 2020 was presented to Account Executive, Jess Cummings.
The pervasive nature of the recent outbreak of Coronavirus has left many businesses that might have never heard of crisis communications to quickly become experts on the matter.