Carriage Trade Public Relations has worked on a number of interesting projects. For a complete list of our current projects, visit the Newswire.

Here’s a list of some of the most memorable headlines:

Over 1000 People Attend Goodwill’s Grand Opening in
Richmond Hill.

Cabela’s Grand Opening Attracts 2500 Shoppers

First City Club Announces the CEO Lecture Series:

Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols Addresses Attendees at
“Wind Energy, Will it Work for Georgia?”

Melaver Inc. Opens Abercorn Common, First LEED Certified
Shopping Center in the USA.

Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society Announces Jamie Deen as
Grand Marshal:

Savannah Hardscapes Participates in ABC’s Extreme Home

Effingham Co. to break ground on new movie studio:

Trip to Bosnia with the 165th Air Wing Georgia Air National
Guard. We did a 30 minute video on OPEN FOR BUSINESS® about the
National Guard in 2001.

Georgia Governor speaks at Newell Recycling’s Grand

Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty presents
Masterpiece Lecture Series:

Dr. Doll Miller runs 60 Miles on her 60th birthday to support
the Humane Society:

The CEO of The Limited attended their Grand Openings in both Savannah and Augusta.

Enmark Stations Announces Encourage Health Educational Series

Ron Higgins wins Entrepreneur of the Year:

Case Veterinary Hospital 100 Years In Service.

Savannah Country Day School Announces the “Creative Minds” Lecture Series which brings leaders, experts and pioneers in a wide range of fields to share their wisdom in open, community-wide forums in Savannah. This annual speaker series is designed to stimulate dialogue and spark debate about important issues that affect us all.

Charles Bowen of The Bowen Law firm Selected as Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite: He was the only Savannah attorney to be selected in either the Business Law or the Corporate Law category.

Carriage Trade PR hires Cynthia Wright and co-markets with Cecilia Russo Marketing:

Marjorie Young dedicates award to her father: My father had stage 4 lung cancer in this video. He died 3 weeks later in July 2006.