St. Petersburg, FL – September 03, 2013 – Enjoy Arts & Tastes – St. Pete & the Bay Area Festival of Food, Wine & the Arts, has retained the branding, social media and creative services of RKC.me (formerly Rearden Killion Communications) for the upcoming food, wine and arts festival to be held November, 15-17, 2013 in the greater St. Petersburg area.
Produced by the Manhattan-based firm, Karlitz & Company, Enjoy Arts & Tastes will uniquely combine the culinary talents of celebrity chefs, local chefs and artists for signature events, demos and panel discussions at the area’s most recognizable venues.
Along with Karlitz & Company, festival producers, RKC.me recently revealed the Enjoy Arts & Tastes brand and began a social media campaign, coordinating with the Festival’s major sponsors, HSN, Bill Edwards Presents, Inc. and Visit St. Pete/Clearwater. RKC.me will also develop creative assets, including unveiling a national advertising campaign for the Festival, this September.
“We could not be more pleased to be selected by Karlitz & Company for this first-of-its-kind event in St. Petersburg,” said Brian Bailey of RKC.me. “As a major arts destination, St. Pete could not be a better place to host such a revolutionary concept in food and wine festivals and we intend to help make it a smash hit.”
RKC.me is a St. Pete creative communications firm and creator of iLovetheBurg Downtown St. Pete®. Brian Bailey founded RKC.me in 2003 after 10 years with New York City’s largest and oldest independent agency, Rubenstein Associates.
RKC.me provides creative, branding, content development, complex web development and online advertising and social media services for various industries including media, entertainment, publishing, medical, legal, financial, security, senior living, political and non-profit.
Clients and projects include The Mahaffey, The Chihuly Collection, St. Petersburg Pier, The Saturday Morning Market, Muvico Theaters, The Wikipedia Foundation, Kahwa Coffee, BellaBrava, American Airlines, Bon Secours Healthcare Systems, The University of South Florida, Metrobank, The Woodcock Foundation, Taxpayers for Common Sense, Hattaway Communications, Alex Sink for CFO, Merlin Law Group, L-1 Identity Solutions, Builders Publishing Company and DreamTime Publishing.
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