Our Atlanta Office
Why we love Atlanta
Atlanta: home to a burgeoning film industry, a vibrant country music scene, and the 4th largest tech hub in America. No wonder we have such a wide range of clients in the ATL. We help them all, from early stage companies to Fortune 500s — whether they're in need of video marketing, social media strategy, influencer outreach, or crisis communications.
When we're not working hard to get our clients' names out there, you can find us enjoying all the city has to offer: from strolls in Tower Place Park to tours around the High Museum of Art.
A day in the life at PR Hacker Atlanta
Most of us roll in to the conveniently located Buckhead station in the morning, and grab an espresso (or two) at Octane Coffee Bar. Once we're rocket-fueled up we head in to the office, ready to make magic happen for our clients.
On any given day you'll find us hashing out SEO strategy for a new B2C start-up, running crisis communications for major cryptocurrencies, shooting a viral video for a scrappy start-up, or managing social media for global food and beverage CPGs. Once we've nailed your brand message, you'll find our accounts team pushing day and night to get it in the right hands—working with all major local Atlanta and national outlets, as well as key social influencers. But of course, we don't just work in public relations: our experiential marketing team has put on everything from national conferences to viral stunts, always putting the customer experience first.
In short, our services are diverse as the companies we work for. But whatever we're working on in the ATL, we stay data-driven, viral optimized, and growth focused.
PR Hacker after dark
After work is over, we love to take advantage of some of our local happy hours. You can find us grabbing a bourbon in Whisky Mistress, lounging at Divan Hookah Lounge, or grabbing a Weissbier at Gordon Biersch.
Of course, there's nowhere for live music like Atlanta. PR Hackers love to hit up spots like the Sweet Georgia Juke Joint for blues with their soul food, the Masquerade for a good DJ set, or the nearby Buckhead theater for a live concert.
Comedy snobs appreciate the Basement Theater, Laughing Skull Lounge, or Punchline Comedy Club — which host everything from established stand-ups to open mic nights.