Pittsburgh's Jack Horner Expands to Philadelphia
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Pittsburgh's Jack Horner Expands to Philadelphia

Jack Horner Communications, a full-service public relations and marketing communications agency headquartered in Pittsburgh, has opened a new office in King of Prussia, Pa., close to Philadelphia.

Paul Holmes

PITTSBURGH—Jack Horner Communications, a full-service public relations and marketing communications agency headquartered in Pittsburgh, has opened a new office in King of Prussia, Pa., close to Philadelphia

“Philadelphia is an ideal location for another office because it is halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C., and really opens up the entire corridor for us as a potential source of business,” says president Jack Horner, who moved to the Philadelphia area to launch the office. “The region, which is home to many corporate headquarters and divisions of multinational companies, provides us with great opportunities for long-term growth.”

The expansion was inspired by the fact that a number of existing JHC clients have business operations in the Philadelphia area.

In addition, the office will become the Philadelphia partner of Worldcom, a global network of independent public relations agencies. JHC is the Worldcom partner in Pittsburgh. 

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