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Turnkey Communications and Public Relations debuts website

Turnkey Communications and Public Relations said it launched a new website.

Ten-year-old luxury marketing and communications agency Turnkey Communications and Public Relations said it launched a new website.

Created by branding agency Tovo, the new site updates and replaces Turnkey’s former website, which had the same URL.

“Tovo has done an excellent job of designing our new site to reflect the award-winning, full-service agency that Turnkey Communications & PR has developed into over the past decade. We now offer a comprehensive range of custom marketing, advertising, and communications solutions, including e-newsletter production and social media administration,” co-founder and president Louisa Rudeen Beckett said in a statement.

“The new website is SEO-optimized and its look and navigation are much better aligned with our clients in the luxury travel, yachting, satellite communications, private aviation and real estate industries, who market to ultra-high net worth individuals and corporations.”



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