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The Castle Group Expands to Atlanta, Taps Philip Hauserman to Lead New Office

Boston-based public relations and events management agency The Castle Group has announced that the company has expanded its footprint to Atlanta, Georgia. The new office is led by Philip Hauserman, an Atlanta native and veteran public relations professional. As vice president, Hauserman is responsible for establishing the firm’s presence in Atlanta and throughout the Southeast, as well as continuing to deepen Castle’s growing education and crisis communications practices.

“As our work and client base continue to expand beyond New England, now is the time to grow our brand and our national reach. Our new office in Atlanta, long considered the gateway to the South, does just that,” said Sandy Lish, Castle Group co-founder and principal. “We’re thrilled to have Philip on our team. His command of the written word is matched only by his ability to guide clients through critical business challenges.”

“I’m excited to lead Castle’s continued growth, especially here in my hometown of Atlanta,” said Hauserman. “With my local market experience and our team’s reputation for developing smart, creative integrated communications strategies, we are uniquely positioned to help clients here in Atlanta and across the Southeast communicate with the audiences that matter most.”

With more than 13 years of experience, Hauserman works closely with educational institutions, non-profits, major corporations, and professional service firms to deliver timely, consistent, and concise messages to the audiences that matter most, in preparation for and in response to high visibility issues. Examples of sensitive and highly charged situations he has managed include discrimination, litigation, wrongful termination, workplace violence, sexual assault, data breaches and executive misconduct.

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