CEO of Largemouth Communications Shares Best Practices for Protecting Brands During a Recession

Durham, NC (PressExposure) March 03, 2009 -- During tough economic times, companies will often lose sight of their brands. Faced with the challenge of staying afloat, senior leadership will turn its attention to areas perceived as critical to the business’s survival. Meanwhile, forces are at play in the marketplace that can irreversibly damage even the most solid of brands. To help companies tackle this critical challenge, veteran PR advisor and CEO of Largemouth Communications Brandon Bryce is sharing a series of best practices. To access Bryce’s insights, visit

“Neglecting one’s brand during a recession can lead to a dangerous feedback loop of eroding confidence,” commented Bryce. “Unless companies take decisive steps to maintain and, in some instances, regain control of the message, the consequences can be dire for the business as a whole.”

Brandon Bryce is president and CEO of public relations firm Largemouth Communications. As a veteran advisor to such clients as Eaton Corporation, Ingram Digital, Motorola, CORT, Dollar Tree and View Sonic Brandon leverages his experience developing and implementing integrated communications programs to drive awareness of and preference for a wide variety of products and services. About Largemouth Communications

Largemouth Communications is a full-service public relations firm focused on providing media relations and corporate communications services to business-to-business companies. Based in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park and with offices in Manhattan, New York and Pittsburgh, PA, Largemouth Communications has established itself as a premiere public relations resource for technology, healthcare, professional services and life sciences companies with regional, national and global footprints. To find out more, visit

About Largemouth Communications

Mariana McCulley
(919) 459-6455

1007 Slater Road, Suite 150
Durham, NC 27703

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Press Release Submitted On: March 02, 2009 at 11:27 am
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