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Axia Public Relations

 

Axia Public Relations

Axia Public Relations
Industry Public relations and marketing
Predecessor Jason Mudd & Associates Public Relations and Marketing
Founded 2002
Founder Jason Mudd
Headquarters United States
Website Axia Public Relations

Axia Public Relations is a public relations company founded in 2002. Its president and CEO is Jason Mudd.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Business overview 2
  • Publishing and media 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Mudd formed Axia Public Relations in 2002 originally as Jason Mudd & Associates Public Relations and Marketing. Mudd, a journalism graduate of the University of Missouri, founded Jason Mudd & Associates after working for several organizations. The name of the firm changed in 2004 to Axia Public Relations and Marketing, and the firm would remove the term marketing from its name.[1] Axia started with an office on

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References

In 2006, Axia started its business blog, which includes "national marketing tips and trends" according to the Florida Times-Union.[15][16] Axia's employees have been interviewed in the past regarding current events within the public relations industry.[17][18][19][20]

Publishing and media

Axia provides public relations counsel and services to clients in the US. In addition to PR and marketing, Axia is also involved in crisis management for its clients.[6][7][8][9] In August 2005 the company's Super Bowl campaign for Modis was awarded the 2005 Golden Image Award from the Florida Public Relations Association.[10] In November 2007, O'Dwyer's PR Report profiled Axia in its annual high-tech public relations issue.[11] In 2008 Axia consulted on the finding of a new main sponsor for the then-Bausch & Lomb Championships (now the MPS Group Championships).[12] Its clients have included Brightway Insurance, Fidelity National Information Services (FIS), the Gate River Run, Miller Lite, Modis, American Cancer Society, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida and Verizon.[4][13][14]

Business overview

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