PilmerPR Clients Shine at Best of State Awards 2023

SALT LAKE CITY, May 24, 2023 – PilmerPR, a Benefit LLC, was proud to represent two Best of State winners at this year’s gala, including the overall Science and Technology division BOSS Award recipient. 

Darrell Jakins, COO of Humless, a Lindon-based company fueling the evolution of home and commercial power management, accepted the award on behalf of the company. Humless was selected as Best of State in the Solar Technology category for achievements in the solar power ...

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PilmerPR Celebrates 20th Anniversary of PR and Marketing Achievements

PilmerPR, a Benefit LLC, celebrated 20 years of delivering public relations and marketing success to clients

SALT LAKE CITY, February 20, 2023 — While most of the US recently celebrated the Super Bowl, PilmerPR, a Benefit LLC, celebrated 20 years of delivering public relations and marketing success to clients in technology, property management, health, retail, travel and e-commerce.

“For ...

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PilmerPR Recognized for Excellence in Community Relations 2022

Campaign for Xlear’s Refocus on What Matters Most receives award at PRSA Utah Chapter

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 23, 2022 – PilmerPR, a Benefit LLC, received the 2022 Golden Spike Award for excellence in the category of Campaigns for Community Relations (for Profit) and as a finalist for excellence in the category of Special Events (Not for Profit). Finalists are honored for the use of planning, strategy, and tactics to achieve ...

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Top Tips for Writing a Blog Post in 2022

Blogs are a great way to drive traffic to your site, to share your company’s key messages and to share other updates on your company. Blog posts are an integral part of a company’s marketing and PR strategy. Content best practices change so often, so what are considered best practices in 2022? 


According to HubSpot, below are some of the top tips when creating content for your company’s blog:

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The Daily Herald: Air quality moderate in Utah County from fires

With wildfires raging across the Western states, Utah County’s sky has been looking a little hazy.

According to Donna Spangler, communications director for the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, though there are a few fires burning in Utah, a lot of the haze that’s settled in locally over the past few days is a result of large wildfires in neighboring states. In fact, she said there are 106 active fires burning in California.

While it looks “really bad” outside, Spangler added ...

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