May 20, 2024

For Third Consecutive Year, Moore Ranks Among Nation's Top 50 PR Firms

| 5/9/2024

Tallahassee, FL (May 7, 2024) — For the third consecutive year, O’Dwyer’s has ranked Moore among its Top 50 public relations firms in the United States and Top 10 in the Southeast. O’Dwyer’s, a nationally recognized industry leader for communications and marketing, also issued rankings by areas of expertise. Other notable 2024 industry ratings include:

  • No. 1 in Florida and No. 5 in the nation for Public Affairs
  • No. 1 in Florida and No. 6 in the nation for Education
  • No. 1 in Florida for Healthcare
  • No. 1 in Florida for Agriculture

“I am beyond proud of this team of accomplished marketers, designers, advertisers and business strategists,” said Karen Moore, founder and CEO of the agency, which has headquarters in Tallahassee and market hubs in Miami, West Palm Beach, Denver and New Orleans. “Our clients consistently indicate our customer service is unmatched, leading them to choose Moore year after year so we can build to even greater success together.”

Moore boasts a 98% client retention rate and 92% employee retention rate. At Moore, nearly 1 in 4 team members have been with the agency for more than 10 years, and many client partnerships span decades.

“Team members stay with Moore because of the strong culture that has always been a part of our core values,” said Terrie Ard, President and COO. “We believe that our greatest asset is our team and each day we recognize them for their individual success and the wins they create for our clients.”

The agency has enjoyed a 79% revenue growth over the past five years and is ranked among the Top 200 in the world by PRovoke Report. Moore has also been named to Florida Trend’s list of Best Places to Work for 14 consecutive years, largely due to a company culture that allows each team member to excel professionally and personally.

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