America’s most admired and fastest-growing brands turn to Axia, one of Forbes’ Best PR Agencies in America. Companies like yours select Axia to share their stories through the news, social media, and online.
These success stories demonstrate the power of public relations to create visibility, trust, consideration, and decisions for brands, products, services, and experts. Because each business challenge is unique, we develop custom public relations strategies, tactics, and measurement programs for every client and campaign – and the results speak for themselves.
Dave & Buster’s
Dave & Buster’s, a national entertainment and restaurant chain, sought attention for its first Florida Panhandle location grand opening. Axia developed a PR strategy to generate local media coverage and attract attention for the grand opening. Through these efforts, the Panama City Beach restaurant grossed the second-highest opening-day sales in Dave & Buster’s 31-year history and led to thousands of RSVPs for the VIP grand opening events.
REBOUNDERZ FRANCHISE AND DEVELOPMENT
Fast-growing Rebounderz Franchise and Development, franchiser of Rebounderz Indoor Trampoline Arena, wanted to share its success story with consumers and prospective franchisees. Axia provided account management, crisis communication, media relations, news writing, and media pitching. While working with Axia, in one year, Rebounderz grew from $8 million to $22 million.
When Dave and Buster’s desired a public relations partner to open its new location in Orlando, Fla., a Los Angeles PR firm recommended D&B to Axia Public Relations.
And when Dave and Buster’s needed help attracting new customers and getting new attention for its 15-year-old location in Jacksonville, Fla., D&B called on Axia Public Relations again.
PIRATES DINNER ADVENTURE
Pirates Dinner Adventure temporarily closed its entertainment center to repair damage from Hurricane Irma. To promote its grand reopening, Axia pitched several news media outlets, offering stories about the company and its new show. Major news outlets ran 14 stories about the reopening, reaching more than 4 million potential customers.