Warschawski Changes Name, Drops "Public Relations" Suffix
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Warschawski Changes Name, Drops "Public Relations" Suffix

Warschawski Public Relations has officially changed its name to Warschawski to better reflect the breadth of its PR, marketing and branding service offerings.

Paul Holmes

BALTIMORE—Warschawski Public Relations has officially changed its name to Warschawski to better reflect the breadth of its PR, marketing and branding service offerings.

“As an agency we have always taken a very broad and holistic view of what public relations means and the power that it holds for helping companies achieve business goals,” says David Warschawski, the company’s founder and president. “We’ve always seen it as encompassing branding, marketing and public relations. However, many people view public relations in a much more narrow fashion. 

“By changing our name to Warschawski we hope to help people avoid that misperception and better understand that we are a full service PR, marketing and branding agency.”

As part of the name change, Warschawski has updated the design of its logo and collateral materials.  All letterhead and business cards now contain the terms public relations, marketing and branding.  The corporate color of yellow remains the same.

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