Award winning PR firm adds Shadowman Sports to client roster
Orlando, Fla. – June 3, 2015 – Uproar PR, a full-service public relations and social media firm, today announces it was selected as the agency of record for Shadowman Sports, the San Francisco based provider of the first detachable, mobile tackling system for football. The company chose Uproar PR to manage its international public relations campaign because of the firm’s proven success within the sports industry.
“Over the years, our team has cultivated key relationships with top tier sports media and we are excited to continue building those relationships through our work with Shadowman Sports,” said Catriona Harris, Partner at Uproar PR. “The Shadowman Sports product line is pivotal for the industry and we are excited to work with them to get the word out. We are looking forward to a successful campaign, increased awareness for the brand and helping further the company’s already impressive sales growth.”
Having recently won a Platinum Hermes Creative Award for Best Launch Campaign for another current sports client, HYPERICE, Uproar PR is able to use its expertise to aid in the development of a strategic media relations campaign for Shadowman Sports. This campaign is geared towards high-level media coverage to drive brand awareness in advance of upcoming partnership and growth announcements for the company this year. Uproar’s award winning team will carry out this new PR strategy to deliver media placements across several verticals including business, sports and technology.
“This is an exciting time of growth for Shadowman Sports, and we are looking forward to working with the Uproar team to spread our message of TackleBetter to the Football market in the US,” said JP Hartigan, CEO of Shadowman Sports. “Uproar’s reputation for securing high reaching and tremendous results for its clients in the sports industry is what drove us to establish this partnership.”
Shadowman Sports joins Uproar PR’s impressive list of sports clientele, which includes ShotTracker, HYPERICE and FlightScope.