Tanner Friedman to Design P.R. Programs for Skidmore Studio
Jul 18, 2007
ROYAL OAK, MI. - Skidmore Studio has retained the services of strategic communications firm Tanner Friedman to augment its public relations and marketing initiatives. Tim Smith, president of Skidmore, made the announcement.
Based in Royal Oak, MI, Skidmore has been a leading-edge creative studio for more than 50 years; consistently producing an array of varied, award winning design, interactive, web and audio-visual work for top companies in Detroit and across the country. Skidmore works in virtually every industry sector, including the arts, municipalities, automotive and professional services. Among their current, high profile projects: developing the standards and approach for new, interactive, patron interpretive stations for the soon to be reopened Detroit Institute of Arts.
Skidmore began creating innovative and challenging design and illustration in Detroit in the late 1950s and is one of the largest creative studios of its kind in the country. The studio, which works with Detroit's most respected advertising agencies and direct clients, offers its clients a comprehensive range of creative services including interactive design and programming, communication design and branding, communications planning, illustration and retouching.
About Tanner Friedman
Based in Farmington Hills, MI, Tanner Friedman is a strategic communications firm specializing in traditional and emerging media relations, adversity management and public relations counsel. Visit www.tannerfriedman.com.