Schulte Sports Launches Public Relations Division

Schulte Sports Launches Public Relations Division

Woodstock, MD (Nov 1, 2011) – Schulte Sports, Inc., a Woodstock, MD-based sports marketing company, recently launched Schulte Public Relations. The new division extends Schulte Sports’ 25 years’ of diversified marketing and promotional experience into the broader public-relations arena.

“There are so many more points of contact nowadays with the potential audience, which means there’s a need for a more integrated approach to public relations and marketing,” said Ray Schulte, President and CEO of Schulte Sports Marketing and Public Relations. “We’re focused on providing our clients with comprehensive strategies that combine our expertise in branding, personal representation, speaking engagements, on- and offline media relations, social media management, database development, event management and promotion.”

Schulte Sports Marketing and Public Relations currently provides promotional services to The National Sports Collectors Convention, most recently held in Chicago, IL (2011), coming to Baltimore, MD - August, 2012, and the Mattingly Charities inaugural fundraising event in New York, January 2011. Clients include Don Mattingly, the current Los Angeles Dodgers manager; Buck Showalter, Baltimore Orioles manager; Dick Fosbury, 1968 USA Olympic Gold Medalist; Rod Gilbert, former New York Ranger and NHL Hall of Fame inductee; and Bruce Beadreau, current Washington Capitals head coach.

About Schulte Sports Marketing and Public Relations, Inc.

Schulte Sports, Inc. is a full-service sports marketing & public relations agency specializing in sports marketing representation, corporate and non-profit branding, national and regional media relations, strategic social networking and seakers bareau. In addition, is a nation’s premier sports and entertainment Internet auction platform providing collectors, within the multi billion colectibles industry, the opportunity to buy and sell great signed and unsigned sports and pop-culture memorabilia.

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Contact: Ray Schulte
Telephone: (410) 350-6226