Now in its fourth decade in business, The Fearey Group is a full-service public relations, issues management, and public affairs firm in Seattle, Wash. that is distinguished by its deep, time-tested understanding of how businesses work and what they need to succeed. By basing the strategic planning process on the long-term objectives of the client’s business plan, the firm effectively and efficiently meshes messaging with business activities to build the bottom line. Among the very best of Seattle PR firms, The Fearey Group has been driven by its mission statement, which is to develop entrusting relationships one conversation at a time.
Office Location(s)Seattle, Washington (USA)
We believe in developing trusting, enduring relationships one conversation at a time. We know how to develop relations with various audiences, online and in person, and we work to teach our customers how to be the best-in-class communicators.
Now in its 38th year, The Fearey Group is a full-service public relations, crisis management, and public affairs firm that is distinguished by its deep, time-tested understanding of how businesses work and what they need to succeed. By basing the strategic planning process on the long-term objectives of the client’s business plan, the firm effectively and efficiently meshes messaging with business activities to build the bottom line. Among the very best of Seattle PR firms, The Fearey Group has been driven by its mission statement, which is to develop entrusting relationships one conversation at a time. Bottom line, the firm and its people know how to tell stories, pitch messages, engage audiences and sell your products or services.
Referred to as Seattle’s most established independent public relations firm, The Fearey Group proudly represents a roster of blue chip clients, as well as smaller, growing companies that are determined to become the next leaders in their categories. As a primary focus as the best Seattle PR firm, The Fearey Group orchestrates communications programs and complex land development issues for regional as well as national real estate companies. Other areas of concentration include professional services (business to business), consumer and lifestyle, healthcare and life science, retail, and product and service launches for established and emerging companies.
How The Fearey Group Does It
The Fearey Group builds your brand and will help you get recognized for telling your story. Written or spoken, it’s about building relationships with your audience. The Fearey Group’s people have deep relationships in the Pacific Northwest. They connect people and companies. They drive purchases and grow businesses. They spur action, shape perceptions and build reputations. They have purposefully built a firm that clients of all sizes want to work with, and talented, savvy people come from all around to work. They help their clients advance their careers.
The Fearey Group is very passionate about the community we live, work and play. We implement. We measure. We adjust. We hustle. We know how to get it done. And we’ve done it for four decades.
- Community Relations
- Content Creation
- Corporate Communications
- Creative Services
- Crisis Communications and Crisis Management
- Digital Marketing
- Employee Relations
- Events and Campaigns
- Influencer Marketing
- Media and Presentation Training
- Media Relations
- Product and Brand Launches
- Public Relations
- Reputation Management
- Social Media and Marketing
- Video Production
- Website and App Development
- Arts / Entertainment
- Aviation and Aerospace
- Biotech / Life Sciences
- Building / Construction / Architecture
- Consumer Products
- Environment / Waste
- Financial / Banking / Investment
- Food and Drink
- Government / Public Sector
- Healthcare / Nutrition
- Media and Broadcast
- Not-for-Profit / Charities
- Pharmaceuticals / Medical
- Professional Services
- Real Estate
- Tourism / Travel
- Youth / Children's Interest
Aaron Blank - President/CEO
Aaron’s strategic thinking has led to the success of a wide variety of programs, ranging from game-changing media relations to award-winning digital media campaigns that reach the widest of audiences. He is the lead strategist who has led our team to live stream surgeries for public education campaigns, to tweet several surgical procedures and to place brain science philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen in TIME magazine’s 100 most influential Americans issue, twice.
He is the newly named executive committee member of the Public Relations Society of America’s Counselors Academy.
Jacque Seaman - Director
Jacque is a director at The Fearey Group, overseeing its health and nonprofit division. She is a self-proclaimed social impact PR pro who spent seven years in New York City working with clients, such as The New York Foundling; The National Audubon Society; Global Green USA; The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research; and many more issues-based clients. This propelled her passion for making an impact in the world and since then she’s continued to work with leading nonprofit, corporate, startup, and consumer clients touching a wide range of issues from education, to children and families, to climate change, to global poverty, to criminal justice and more. She specializes in media relations, communication strategy, campaign development and content creation. A native-Oregonian, Jacque graduated with her bachelor’s degree in communication studies from Portland State University.
Chris Guizlo - Director
Chris is at the cusp of what’s next when it comes to the digital world, and we’re thankful for it. When he’s not answering questions about podcast strategy or live streaming events, you can find him pitching media and writing blog posts for clients. His unique background in Washington D.C., both in political affairs and as a Communications Manager for the American Heart Association, provides a point of view that is invaluable to the work we do every day. He has the ability to immerse himself in his clients’ worlds, becoming a subject-matter expert who is genuinely invested in their business.
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