marlo marketing. fully integrated marketing, public relations, and creative services agency based in Boston, Massachusetts and New York City

From influencer engagement for luxury hotels to website design for restaurants to public relations for iconic beer brands, we cover a lot of ground.

In industry lingo, we’re considered a full-service integrated consumer marketing agency.

In our lingo? We just get sh*t done.

Leisure & Attraction

Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, featured an article and video segment about why popcorn has become synonymous with movie theatres, including footage from a “CBS This Morning” interview we coordinated with a National

Amber Stepper of National Amusements joins Roger Berkowitz and Larry Gulko on “Inside the Brand” for a discussion about the state of the movie theatre industry and where it is headed. Some recent developments at Showcase Cinemas locations including Showcase

In a half-page print placement, Boston Herald features the PreZOOdential Election at Franklin Park Zoo, including photos from Zoo New England President and CEO John Linehan’s visit to the Boston Herald Radio studio with two education animals: a screen owl

Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, The Fresno Bee included Paint Nite in a trend piece about “paint and sip” parties. The article features various event photos, as well as quotes from a local artist, attendee,

New Center for Arts & Culture’s seasonal Jewish public art project “8 Nights, 8 Windows” is featured in Boston’s largest free publication, highlighting “HueMenorah,” an interactive installation displayed at Boomerangs in the South End throughout Hanukkah.

Paint Nite is featured in alternative weekly Anchorage Press following the social painting company’s launch in the market. The paper’s arts & entertainment editor writes a favorable review of her experience at an event.

Anchorage-based KTVA, the CBS affiliate for Alaska, featured Paint Nite artists Loren Lau and Tasha Webster on “Daybreak,” the station’s morning show, to discuss Paint Nite’s arrival in the area. The segment showcased sample paintings and displayed several photos and a

Fairfax-area Paint Nite licensee Luc Atangana is featured in the Entertainment section of the weekly community newspaper, including a lengthy interview which details his background and experience as a Paint Nite artist.