TBG executives have launched and built countless recognizable brands and projects over the past 20 years. From executing full-scale events and product launches to repping Oscar and Grammy winners, TBG not only runs your public relations campaign, but also has the vision, strategic thinking and experience to act as your overall project manager.
Below are snapshots of current and past clientele. Contact us for a free consultation.
TBG conducted the PR campaign for the annual City Gala in LA, hosted by Sean "Diddy" Combs with a Keynote by Sir Richard Branson, a discussion moderated by Jane Seymour, and honorary awards for Buzz Aldrin and John Paul DeJoria. The fundraiser was held at the Playboy Mansion on Grammys night.
TBG launched the Mama Sarah Obama Foundation U.S. presence and Mama Sarah Obama's Legacy Plan in conjunction with her being honored at the United Nations for her life's work — supporting and educating orphans in Kenya. Mama Sarah is U.S. President Barack Obama's only living grandparent.
On behalf of the Zamperini Family, TBG provided PR consultation for the The Louis Zamperini Foundation, which was celebrating the 60th Anniversary since the launch of Louie's Victory Boys Camp. The Foundation is run by Louis' son Luke, as well as Clay Zamperini, grandson of the dearly departed "Unbroken" legend.
TBG conducted PR for the theatrical, digital and DVD release for the political documentary "Pay 2 Play," a film by John Wellington Ennis about getting Big Money out of U.S. politics, and featuring Robert Reich, John Nichols, Lawrence Lessig, Noam Chomsky, Van Jones, Marianne Williamson, Jack Abramoff, Jerry Springer, amongst others. (Poster by Shepard Fairey)
TBG repped branding and design expert Susan Manrao of Susan Manrao Designs for her work as Project Director of "Suite 100," the 2014 Centennial Program in Beverly Hills, presented by the Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau. Participating hotels included the Peninsula, Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hilton, the Montage and L'Ermitage. (Caption: Suite 100 at the Peninsula Hotel; Photo credit: Ryan Forbes)
TBG launched the MA Center LA. The new community center is part of the United Nations affiliated NGO, Embracing the World (ETW), a charitable outreach organization founded by Mata Amritanandamayi (popularly known as "Amma"), the celebrated spiritual leader and humanitarian, also known as "The Hugging Saint."
TBG has worked closely with global philanthropist and humanitarian Bita Daryabari on her branding and charitable causes. As the face of her non-profit ventures, Pars Equality Center and the Unique Zan Foundation, TBG helped tell Ms. Daryabari's story in the international media for the first time when she was prominently featured in the British Vogue cover story, "High Tech Heroines."
TBG was armed with the task of repping the only student film in the 2013 Oscars race. Hired by the National Film and Television School of London and featured in PR Week, TBG was credited by veteran Oscar-winning producer Nik Powell ("Crying Games," "Little Voice," "Mona Lisa") with securing significant traction in the media for the Academy Campaign for the Oscar-nominated film, "Head Over Heels." (Of note, client Nik Powell was also a co-founder with Richard Branson for Virgin Group.)
TBG received a PRism Award for the “Room 23” Non-Profit PR Campaign. The celebrity-laden coffee table book was shot by photographer Deborah Anderson and produced by Diana Jenkins in honor of the "Sanela Diana Jenkins International Human Rights Project" at the UCLA School of Law and was released in 120 countries to rave reviews. TBG successfully increased global awareness for the charity, as well as Mrs. Jenkins' image and other business ventures. (Pictured: Book Cover featuring Cindy Crawford)
TBG launched the importer of beautifully designed and heirloom-worthy European children’s products.
TBG repped Beverly Hills Manners founder and CEO, Lisa Gaché for over three years. Through evolving her brand and nurturing her career, Lisa has become an established and nationally recognized lifestyle and etiquette expert, appearing consistently in the media (USA Today, LA Times, NY Post, Vanity Fair, Today Show, Dr. Phil, Anderson Live, NPR, and more) as well as a published author with a television series in development.
TBG launched the famed designer's (known best for creating Sarah Jessica Parker's wedding gown) Malibu Lumberyard boutique opening, featuring a photography exhibit by Deborah Anderson and a benefit for Return to Freedom, the last American Sanctuary for wild Mustang horses. TBG is well-versed in product launches and product placement in the realms of fashion, beauty, health and consumer products.
TBG launched Treats magazine—as featured in the LA Times, US Weekly and the Sunday Mirror—during Oscars week, garnering the fledgling men's publication international acclaim. TBG has executed PR for countless small to large-scale events over the years—from movie premieres and film festivals to Galas and Awards Ceremonies. TBG execs have consulted for Fashion Week Miami Beach and the Screen Actors Guild Awards; they have also worked red carpets at the Oscars and the Grammy's.
TBG executed national product placement for the groundbreaking Neuro Drinks functional beverage collection. The Agency has launched a variety of other consumer products in the areas of beauty, fitness, food and fashion.
TBG executives have facilitated a number of film and corporate campaigns at the Sundance Film Festival, as well as other top tier festivals, including Toronto and Cannes.
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Sarah Brown, wife of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and supermodel Naomi Campbell pose at the US Doctors for Africa "First Ladies of Africa" Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. TBG executed PR for the two-day health summit that hosted 15 African First Ladies, as well as celebrity guests, including Sharon Stone, Chris Tucker, Jessica Alba, Danny Glover, Diane Lane, Kristin Davis, Rosario Dawson and Robin Wright, to name just a few.
TBG repped Jon Anderson, the voice of YES, for his Living Tree World Tour, as well as repping a variety of other artists and musicians over the years, including Grammy Award-winning jazz performer, Dee Dee Bridgewater.
For the last 10 years, TBG has represented the Annual International Beverly Hills Film Festival, where the Agency landed the late Oscar-winning Italian director Federico Fellini's first Los Angeles Times film review (front page) in a quarter of a century—since his passing. (Pictured: Actress Anne Heche)
Heather Burgett launched Fun Little Things as an online retail store to house her signature personal care product line, trademarked as the Occasiotherapy brand. From 2003 - 2008, the all natural aromatherapy products garnered a celebrity following and national media attention. Made with organic ingredients, the Occasiotherapy Collection was sold in boutiques from Honolulu to Manhattan.
Heather Burgett has worked on over 50 feature film projects—from leading publicity efforts or being a key collaborator from pre-production and unit publicity to the festival circuit and/or studio release. She started her film PR experience as part of the award-winning PR team for "The Blair Witch Project." Her passion is for independent film and documentaries.
Heather Burgett started her early PR career as the public relations coordinator and Acting PR Director for The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, where she publicized the Hotel’s 70th Anniversary celebration, Celebrity Chef Mark Allen, the Roger Moore for Unicef Fundraiser (Moore actually asked her for a “martini, shaken not stirred”) and Boston’s flagship Chanel boutique opening.
Heather Burgett began her PR career at The Weber Group (now Weber Shandwick), in Cambridge, MA, where she serviced the company’s largest account, America Online, launching the entity as a consumer brand. She was part of the team of 10 execs that rolled out more than 30 content partners, including Rolling Stone, VISA and Marvel Comics.
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