One job, one mission make you look good…really good.
We aren’t in the business of cranking out generic press releases.
We make clients look good, we mean really good.
Pantelides PR never pushes off our clients to junior associates who just graduated from journalism school. You will only be dealing with professionals with decades of experience.
You want awards? We’ve got awards. Emily spent more than a decade as a news anchor, rubbing elbows and hitting the grindstone with all the media outlets in Palm Beach County and across the country. For us, press coverage is a matter of a phone call to a dear friend, and you won’t be able to find that is many other places.
WHAT WE DO
When you work with Pantelides PR, you don’t just get media contacts, you get years of relationships and personal colleagues of Emily Pantelides. We bring you a connection to the media no other firm can provide. Emily has an entire matrix of strategists, journalists, coaches, graphic designers and creative professionals that she steers for all of her clients. She anticipates everything and prescribes a solution for every situation. Some of our clients benefit from image coaching; others need assistance with branding and uniformity challenges.
Meet Emily Pantelides
For more than 10 years Emily Pantelides worked as a news anchor and reporter for a half dozen different TV stations across the nation covering everything from the Olympic games to breaking news. She started her career as an intern at WTVT and WFTS in Tampa, then attended the University of Florida where she worked at the local PBS affiliate WUFT. After graduating she worked as an anchor and reporter at TV stations in Augusta, Georgia, Roanoke, Virginia, and Jacksonville, Florida. She spent her last five years in news at WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach, serving as the station’s main morning anchor.
During Emily’s tenure in news she won numerous awards for her reporting from the Associated Press and won a first place award for general reporting by The Society of Professional Journalists. Emily was also awarded a spot in Georgia Trends magazine’s “Who’s Who in Broadcasting” and received the Georgia Association of Broadcasters prestigious GABBY award.