20-year-old PR agency opens new office in Blue Bell

Kimball Communications Marks Anniversary with New Montgomery County Location

Marking its 20th anniversary in business this July, public relations firm Kimball Communications announces it is opening a new office at 794 Penllyn Pike, Suite 214 in Blue Bell, Pa. The agency will begin working from its new offices on Aug. 3.

Kimball Communications provides a full array of public relations services, including branded content and social media. It has also developed a specialty in crisis communications. The agency serves organizations in a wide array of industries with specialties in insurance and financial services, trade association, healthcare, manufacturing, real estate and sustainable energy.

“After 20 years in business, most of our client work is national and international rather than regional,” says Gary Kimball, president of Kimball Communications. “However we have a number of clients in the Philadelphia region that make it advantageous for us to be in Montgomery County. We’re looking forward to moving into the new space.”

Over the last two decades, Kimball says one constant has been the need for businesses to tell compelling stories. “As we developed expertise in social media, video and branded content for our clients over the years, the fundamentals of public relations haven’t changed. We just have new tools, better tools, to tell those stories.”

Kimball says moving closer to Philadelphia will provide the space needed to recruit more regional clients as well as better accessibility for clients flying to the region from around the U.S.

The agency previously was located in Easton, Pa.

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