Since 2012, Complete PR has accomplished some pretty big tasks. We’ve worked with HBO on a TV show; we moved a historic house; we’ve launched the largest sewer project in Greenville history; we helped save Habitat for Humanity of South Carolina affiliates close to a half a million dollars; we helped Lowe’s rebuild part of Greenwood; we’ve built kiosks along the Prisma Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail; we helped coordinate a college football game; we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I and so much more. We have done this by focusing on what we do best. We tell and share stories about amazing and wonderful people. Tech companies. Hospital systems. Local governments. Entrepreneurs. Nonprofit agencies. You name it. We have done it.
Our team has developed and generated results for situations that call for every public relations tactic from planning a successful event to creating and implementing detailed communications plans to strategic outreach to grassroots efforts. Complete PR has the knowledge and skill set to assist you with your community and connection needs.
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What we do
Have a story to tell to the media? We can do that. Writing releases, long-form pieces, pitching the story is all part of a fulsome strategy that we deliver.
Don’t let your nephew run your social media. You need a team like Complete PR that has handled Facebook, Instagram, Twitters, LinkedIn and more for large brands and weaved those separate profiles into a cohesive strategy.
Complete PR will mobilize sympathetic groups to move public opinion in favor of your cause. Through public support, we can provide a great tool for political campaigns, referendum issues, and much more.
Bad things happen to good companies. Complete PR is there to help you navigate the pitfalls of a crisis situation and get you back to being a good company where good things happen.
The world of design is constantly changing. Our team provides logo design, marketing collateral, multimedia presentations and more to help brands remain current.
Change doesn’t happen by accident. Complete PR has a deep-rooted knowledge of the inner workings of all levels of government and regulatory agencies, city and county councils, planning commissions and school boards. Our experience is invaluable when navigating their processes and communicating with critical decision makers.
A Timeline of the Complete Story
John was named the 2014 Greenville Chamber’s Young Professional of the Year Award and immediately ages about 20 years. Soon after, Kaitlyn Hudson joined the team full time.
We decided to enter an award contest for the first time and came home with three wins from the South Carolina Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA). In August, we had the opportunity to coordinate a Habitat for Humanity event with Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson, who proceeded to lead the Tigers to the college football national championship game. Those two events may or may not be related. By the end of 2015, Complete PR bid farewell to our beloved CEO Tim Brett. We thanked him for all of the lessons he taught us over the years, and proceeded to keep his couch.
Our team went on to earn 3 more SCPRSA Mercury Awards in 2016.
A large part of our team’s spring and summer was devoted to a South Carolina District 22 State House campaign, where we helped political newcomer Jason Elliott defeat the district’s current 8 year incumbent.
In November of 2016, we announced a Renewable Water Resources’ $46 billion project scheduled for the 2018 – Dig Greenville. Spanning 10 miles long and 100 feet below the city, Dig Greenville will address Greenville County sewage needs for the next 100 years.