Public Relations & Media Relations
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SurfMedia Communications brings national caliber marketing and public relations expertise to Santa Barbara-based businesses and nonprofits.
We bring opportunities to your door by building your reputation as the expert source in your field. We help you deliver the right message, to the right audience, at the right time. We understand that organizations today want to grow and sustain their communications capacities. We help increase your ability to collect and tell the success stories that engage the press and your stakeholders. We work as part of your team to create programs and campaigns that help you achieve your mission and goals – and work from a plan that’s right for your needs, timeline and budget. We offer:
- Long term representation
- Short term campaigns
- High value projects including branding, websites, video and digital marketing
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Clients in the News
The second and last phase of Thomas Fire and Flood Funds are assisting households representing more than 1,200 Santa Barbara County individuals and families and 20 community organizations.
Hospice of Santa Barbara (HSB) will honor local heroes at its 6th annual Heroes of Hospice Jewels by the Sea luncheon 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sept. 12, at the Four Seasons Biltmore, Coral Casino in Santa Barbara. Each year, HSB recognizes the outstanding organizations and...
SBCC’s School of Extended Learning’s most popular tuition-free parenting skills classes are returning this fall. For parents of kids from 0 to 5 years, the unique Parenting Skills program brings moms, dads and their children together with other families in and outside...
Affordable Housing Development Gets Out the Gate
Additional affordable housing options are in the works for Santa Barbara County’s low income seniors.
Meals That Connect recently presented its 11th annual “Night of a Million Meals” fundraiser. The Monopoly-themed event raised more than $250,000, thanks in part to $100,000 in matching funds offered by CenCal Health.
United Way of Santa Barbara County (UWSBC) has allocated part of its $1.8 million Thomas Fire and Flood Fund to the Search Dog Foundation to help recruit, train, and care for their canines.
Santa Barbara, CA, June 12, 2018— Hospice of Santa Barbara is pleased to announce that its very own Mary Wagner has been recognized as “Older Worker of the Year” by the Area Agency on Aging. Wagner, M.F.T., has worked at Hospice of Santa Barbara for 16 years as a...
Presented by SurfMedia Communications, a Santa Barbara-based PR and marketing firm, some 60 nonprofit leaders from across the tri-counties joined forces at the Narrative Loft in Santa Barbara June 27 for an opportunity to reflect on recent challenges and plan for the...
Everyone who lives on the Central Coast and goes to the beach has a good chance of ending up with tar on their feet. John Harmon of Santa Barbara considered it just a nuisance until one day he saw a mother pouring gasoline on her child’s feet to get the tar off at...
The County of San Luis Obispo’s emPower program invites you to visit our booth to learn more about how you can lower the county’s carbon footprint, create jobs, make your home more energy efficient and comfortable …and improve your home’s air quality.
The Channel City Club, in collaboration with the Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation, presents “Over There – WWI 100 Years On,” a luncheon commemorating the veterans of the First World War and the War’s 100th anniversary.
Join the Santa Barbara City College Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation’s 2017 getSTARTED panel discussion and networking reception to learn how our local startup incubators, accelerators, and workspaces can help your startup succeed.
Spend an unforgettable evening with your little girl dancing the night away at the Santa Barbara Family YMCA’s second annual Father Daughter Ball.
– Peoples’ Self-Help Housing (PSHH) is excited to announce the ground breaking for Rolling Hills II (RH II), which will bring 30 affordable housing units to the community upon completion.