We Are Totally Hands-On
Who you meet with in the initial meeting (in-person or online) is whom you get working on your account, Susan Farb Morris, president, of the Houston public relations firm. That means you get a dedicated, high-energy PR pro with more than 25 years public relations experience in the Houston market working for you.
A journalism graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Farb Morris specializes in promoting general business, real estate, retail and nonprofit agencies and events. She personally handles your public relations account and orchestrates your media announcements, public awareness campaign, promotions and activities in support of your overall marketing objectives.
Our contacts span the areas of business, city desk, feature and entertainment for newspapers and magazines, electronic, online and social media, including news feature, talk show, public service and promotions. We boast a strong record for creative ideas, writing skills and editorial placements and have built a long-standing reputation for high credibility and reliability with the media. We keep you top-of-mind 24-7 and are known for ‘never leaving a publicity stone unturned.’ A results-oriented Houston public relations firm, Susan Farb Public Relations consistently demonstrates the value of editorial placements’ third-party endorsement as a means to enhance and complement a client’s advertising and marketing efforts, including generating increased hits on your website.
Committed to new media, we attend continuing education workshops and seminars on interactive media and marketing, 2.0 social media and embrace these tools to enhance public relations clients' visibility, exposure and credibility on the Internet.
Susan Farb Morris serves on the board of directors and executive committee of the Jewish Community Center of Houston, the Aubrey and Sylvia Farb Fund for Community Service/Congregation Emanu El and is a member of the Women’s City Club professional business group. She co-chaired the 2009 “Super Sunday” $370,000 phone-a-thon campaign of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston (instituting an incredibly successful first-ever corporate challenge for “0” donors), chaired the JCC Arts & Culture Committee from 2007-'10 and served as 2006 chair of the JCC Jewish Book & Arts Fair, one of the largest Jewish book fairs in the U.S.