NEW YORK, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR), a leading full-service communications agency, today announced the merger of its leading entertainment division with Big Machine Agency, co-founded by the veteran of entertainment Brad Taylor. Taylor will serve as the Senior Vice President of Entertainment at RPR.
Taylor will draw on his extensive background in music, fashion and celebrity relations to help grow RPR’s entertainment division, utilizing his extensive media and talent relations on behalf of RPR clients.
For the past 20 years, Taylor has been co-founder and CEO of Big Machine Agency alongside his wife Leslie Kellner Taylor. Together they built a global public relations and social media company with offices in New York City and London. There, Taylor used original campaigns to take Big Machine’s list of star clients to the next level of their careers. Customers included Stephen baldwin, Janice Dickinson, Michel lohan, Trey Songz, Salt-N-Pepa et al.
âWe are very happy to welcome Brad taylor to our growing team, âsaid Richard rubenstein, president of the RPR. “Brad has long been a tireless advocate for his clients. His rich network and experience will help us leverage our capabilities into new areas.”
âIt came at a time when I felt I was ready to pivot in a new strategic direction, to be part of the RPR team and to collaborate with Richard rubenstein, one of New York’s most iconic publicists. I am delighted to apply my vision to RPR, âsaid Taylor.
About Rubenstein RP
Rubenstein Public Relations is a leading full-service agency based in new York which produces large-scale communications campaigns through branding and messaging, media relations, creative content and business development. Our comprehensive strategy, insightful media expertise and proactive approach shape and market the core attributes of a brand to drive meaningful results for customers. Rubenstein Public Relations represents some of the world’s most prominent names in real estate, business, luxury lifestyle, entertainment, technology, healthcare, and non-profit (http://www.rubensteinpr.com).
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