Miller PR Announces Promotions, New Hire and Larger Company Roster

Miller PR (www.miller-pr.com), a PR agency specializing in Digital Entertainment, announced two key executive promotions and a continued expansion of the agency with a new senior hire and new offices. Industry veteran Jennie Kong is promoted to Senior Vice President following her leadership and growth of the company's Digital Entertainment division over the past two years, while Mark Lindsey is promoted to Account Supervisor in Technology after successfully leading key technology brand campaigns in 2012. Eddie Garcia also joins the Miller PR team from Cohn & Wolfe as an Account Supervisor specializing in Consumer PR.

"I'm thrilled to be continuing to develop the senior leadership of the company with executives who bring such immense passion and proven expertise to our clients," said Dawn Miller, CEO and Founder of Miller PR. "We are very proud of our success in the digital entertainment field and are firmly committed to continuing our growth in this specialized industry."

As SVP of Digital Entertainment, Kong will continue to oversee corporate and consumer PR strategy for clients and in addition her role will expand to encompass more companywide managerial responsibilities. "In representing 2012's most disruptive digital firms, elite content creators and entrepreneurs, we have been able to carve out a strong niche as a go-to agency to handle multi-layered complex brand stories. Many of our partners are paving the way for the future of the digital entertainment industry, it's an honor to work with such talented business people."

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