Susan Christine Ink

Relationship driven. Results focused.

Susan Christine Ink is a Dallas-based PR firm specializing in media relations, content creation & consulting.

Relationships

Who we’ve worked with.

Susan Christine Ink’s industry experience spans from B2B to non-profit and lifestyle PR. Clients are seen in the pages of local, regional, national, and trade publications as well as featured on podcasts, radio and TV.

Some clients in Susan Christine Ink’s portfolio include Whitebox Real Estate, 7-Eleven, Celebrity Cafe & Bakery, Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, Munsch Hardt, Noodles & Company, Cooper’s Hawk, Sophistication is Overrated, Binzario Couture, Fashion Group International Dallas, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, and Bobby Norris Roundup for Autism Fashion Show & Luncheon.

Services

What we do.

Susan Christine Ink specializes in media relations, content creation and consulting.

Let us handle your media relations projects by drafting your press releases, pitch and placing your news in the media or scheduling it to be distributed over the wire.

Additionally, we can create content on your behalf from byline articles, blog posts and award nominations.

We are capable of developing an ongoing PR plan, working on a project basis or helping you get your PR off the ground through our coffee + consulting service.

Let us offer our guidance and expertise over coffee and set you up for success through our PR packet featuring a press release worksheet, press release template, media list development tips, and pitch template.

Email us for more information on any of our services.

Results

Benefits Magazine includes SCI client Whitebox Real Estate in December issue

Benefits Magazine included Whitebox Real Estate’s President and Managing Director Grant Pruitt in its latest issue featuring an article about how to create an office space that benefits, attracts and retains employees. “Employers should consider creating spaces that help employees perform different job functions (especially if the vision is an open office concept), allowing for …

Whitebox Real Estate expert weighs in on Amazon’s HQ2 decision

After almost a yearlong search process, featuring national media coverage and tons of speculation, Amazon finally announced its decision to split its HQ2 between New York City and Washington D.C., leaving Dallas-Fort Worth in third place. Right before news broke, Susan Christine Ink began researching and crafting  a pitch to appropriate media offering Whitebox Real …

Dallas Morning News interviews Whitebox Real Estate’s Grant Pruitt about trade tariffs

When commercial real estate and international trade worlds collide, you get a trade tariff pitch topic discussing how trade tariffs are impacting commercial builders in D-FW. Whitebox Real Estate’s President and Managing Director Grant Pruitt spoke to the Dallas Morning News about projects within his own firm affected by the taxes and what he is …

Contact

How to reach us.