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See the Publicity Hits our Campaigns Have Received

At Pacific & Court, we can secure all kinds of media coverage across multiple outlets to get the most exposure for your book as possible. Check out hits from some of our previous and current campaigns below!

Top PR Press Hits

Our Top PR Press Hits include CNN, NPR, People, Business Insider, Consumer Reports, PW, Allrecipes, Buzzfeed, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, PureWow, Oprah Daily, Fast Company, CNBC, and PopSugar.






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