Tag Archives: Public Relations

One Shining Moment

CK team watching March Madness on TV

This time of year makes me happy. The days are getting longer, rain and snow will be behind us soon (OK, maybe not rain), and NCAA college basketball playoffs are underway.

Coates Kokes is not alone in sponsoring a Bracket Challenge competition: 70 million people filled out March Madness brackets in 2016. USA Today says that embracing March Madness at work “will create a happier, more cohesive, more positive workplace.”

Getting ready for a trip to the Big […]

Whole Lotta Coverage

Our PR team has been working hard to get press for the Cottages at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. The two separate tasks have been to promote the benefits of fractional ownership and also Pacific City as a destination. In one weekend, there was an article in the Portland Business Journal about fractional ownerships in Oregon, highlighting the Cottages and also a story in The Oregonian’s Travel section about visiting Pacific City, highlighting the Cottages as rentals.  […]

Portland Sustainability Institute Joins the Conversation on OPB’s Think Out Loud

Rob Bennett, Executive director of the Portland Sustainability Institute, and John Knott, CEO of the Noisette Company in South Carolina fresh from the second […]

CK PR, Sunset and Pacific City

The PR team has been working hard to get some media attention around all the great activities Pacific City has to offer. The work definitely paid off with an amazing two-page spread in the June 2010 issue of Sunset Magazine.

Recent “Keep it Local” Coverage for the Stephanie Inn

Coates Kokes has been working with Martin Hospitality and their Cannon Beach properties, the Stephanie Inn and the Surfs and Resort, for the past five years. Recently, on KOIN's "Keep it Local", the notable Stephanie Inn was featured as one of the most romantic places to go away with your sweetie. Nice job PR team! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y34QsH5dPW8  

Granny Franny is named Portland’s next top model

Last week the postcard we created for the Portland Plan hit mailboxes around the city—now our model is famous…or at least The Oregonian says so. Reporter Anne Saker calls Mary Frances “Portland’s next top model.” We agree.  Check out the great coverage.