PR / Media

Why chefs need a publicist

Ever try generating press for yourself or your restaurant by submitting stories, press releases, or casting videos to some of the popular food outlets and TV or streaming shows? The lack of response may make it feel like a huge waste of time. That’s because unless you have strong contacts within the media world, and you understand the complexities of pitching a story, your pitch or video is probably getting lost in the wake of thousands of others. Let our culinary publicists help.

PR / Media: A shoot for a cooking show
PR / media: Chef Tony Gargano on WGN-TV

Get noticed by editors, writers, and producers

By leveraging our personal PR and media connections along with our sophisticated software and creative writing skills, we’ll work to ensure your story or video has been seen by the industry’s most influential editors, writers, and producers. Once we’ve secured a media opportunity, we’ll coach you through how to answer questions so you stay on message, look cool, and feel confident throughout the entire process.

Start receiving more media coverage

To start receiving more media coverage, submit your application for professional representation by filling out our Representation Form or by calling us at (262) 308‑9791.

The application review process takes about one week. You’ll be notified by email if your application has been accepted or not. If accepted, an interview will be scheduled.

During the interview, you’ll have a chance to ask questions and learn more about our professional representation process. We’ll take that opportunity to learn more about you too. If we both opt to move forward, we’ll extend a contract. Once contracts are signed and returned, we’ll start seeking out media opportunities for you.

PR and media: Chef Tommy Walton on Milwaukee TV

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