MP&F’s Mark McNeely Receives University of Tennessee’s Hileman Award

on and Information at University of Tennessee–Knoxville has selected Mark McNeely, senior partner of McNeely Pigott & Fox, as the recipient of the 2015 Donald G. Hileman Alumni Award. The award, established in 1994 in celebration of the college’s 25th anniversary, honors alumni who have made … [Read more...]

The Rising Influence of Virtual and Augmented Reality Technology in Branding

Everyone making branding decisions – from a garage or the boardroom of a Fortune 500 company – needs to consider the growing momentum in the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) industries. MP&F senior account supervisor Dan Schlacter details how tomorrow’s VR/AR technology can … [Read more...]

Lauren Ward Outlines Four Steps To Create Ads That Drive Action

Marketing trends come and go, but successful ad campaigns play by some age-old rules. How can you create ads that drive action? Below are four key points to keep in mind during the creative process. Don’t lose sight of your goal. This may sound like a basic concept, but we’ve all been in that … [Read more...]

MP&F Partner Katy Varney Among Nashville Business Journal’s Power 100

TPRA congratulates McNeely Pigott & Fox partner Katy Varney for being named one of the city’s most powerful people in business by the Nashville Business Journal. The NBJ attributes much of her influence to her relationship with recently elected Mayor Megan Barry. Varney was a close adviser … [Read more...]

MP&F Wins Silver Anvil Award

MP&F hits trifecta with prestigious national Silver Anvil Award for its work on the Red White and Food campaign to allow the sale of wine in Tennessee retail food stores! At the annual Public Relations Society of America award show last week in New York, MP&F Partner Alice Chapman … [Read more...]

MP&F Wins Gold SABRE for Public Affairs Campaign of the Year in National Competition

McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations earned national recognition at the 2015 SABRE Awards for its Red White and Food campaign on behalf of the Tennessee Grocers & Convenience Store Association, which encouraged Tennesseans to vote in local referendums to allow wine sales in Tennessee retail … [Read more...]