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Agency with local office ranked #49 in U.S.; #1 in Florida

Moore, a Public Relations agency with offices in West Palm Beach, ranks No. 1 in state rankings for public affairs, Healthcare, Education, and Agriculture. Moore represents top brands in a variety of sectors.

O’Dwyer’s, a nationally recognized industry leader for communications and marketing, has released its annual rankings of leading firms in the nation, elevating Moore’s designation as one of the top companies in the nation. The agency jumped from 55 to no. 49 nationwide.

Moore, which is headquartered in Florida with locations in Colorado and Louisiana, was named Florida’s No. 1 firm in the specialty areas of Public Affairs, Healthcare, Education, and Agriculture. Moore is also ranked nationally among key industries including, no. 6 firm in the nation for Public Affairs; no. 6 firm in the nation for Education; no. 9 firm in the nation for Agriculture, and no. 24 firm in the nation for Healthcare & Medical Public Relations.

“Even during a pandemic, our team’s dedication and diligence helped take this agency to even higher levels of success and historic growth,” said Karen Moore, Founder, and CEO. “I attribute this to our team, culture, and client success. And I believe our clients value and appreciate knowing that they are partnering with one of the best in the nation.”

Moore represents top brands in a variety of sectors such as Ford Motor Company, GlaxoSmithKline, Community College of Denver, the City of West Palm Beach, Florida Prepaid, Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, Florida KidCare, and more.

The agency boasts a multi-disciplined team of experts, skilled in branding, advertising, digital marketing, public relations, media relations, influencer campaigns, advocacy, and crisis communications.

Representing Fortune 500 companies and small organizations alike, Moore has also been recognized repeatedly for business growth and culture by Inc. 5000 as both a Fastest Growing Company and Best Place to Work.

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