Lisa Hill PR forges relationships with and for clients that are about more than just their products. Whether they are established brands or new, innovative brands preparing to launch a product, my clients are committed to making a difference, from creating healthier food products to improving daily life to changing the way we look at hunger relief.
I have placed stories nationally in publications and blogs from Food & Wine and Sunset to the Huffington Post, Organic Spa, House Beautiful and The New York Times. I have represented a range of food, lifestyle and beverage clients, including some of the Pacific Northwest’s farm-to-table restaurants such as Paley’s Place and Castagna, as well as
artisan food producers like the Oregon Olive Mill, JEM Nut Butters, Moonstruck Chocolate, Tipu’s Chai and Ruby Jewel Treats. My greatest feats span the globe – from riding an elephant in Thailand to trekking in Nepal, but closer to home I enjoy the simple pleasure of an Oregon summer.
We are a small company who wants to look bigger and Lisa helps us do this! Lisa has gotten our company story placed in numerous national publications, and keeps the blogosphere up to date on what’s going on with YOLO Colorhouse. Her enthusiasm for getting the story out and spreading the word is contagious. She is well connected and she is tenacious in making our marketing dollars work for us. Lisa Hill Public Relations is some of the best marketing dollars we spend. Oh and did I mention, she is fun to work with too!- Virginia Young, Owner and co-founder of YOLO Colorhouse
Lisa Hill PR develops win-win synergies between her clients and the media, creating stories and media angles that get attention in the marketplace. Her depth of experience and media relationships are broad, respected, and lasting. Lisa has completely delivered on shaping my book tour and media outreach.- Diane Morgan, Cookbook Author