Clark Resident Tapped To Lead New PR Division For NJ Brand Communications Agency

WEST PATERSON– cinquino+co., an integrated brand communications agency based in New Jersey, recently announced the creation of a public relations and social media division and has tapped veteran media strategist, John J. Passuth, as the group’s Senior Director, Public Relations + Social Media.

“The addition of a PR and social media division was a natural progression for our agency. The creation of our PR and social media division will allow us to offer the most strategic and effective services to our clients to help them achieve their business objectives,” states John V. Cinquino, President and Chief Strategy Officer for cinquino+co.


Passuth, a seasoned publicist, comes to cinquino+co. with nearly 15 years of media and public relations experience, having represented a variety of national, regional and state based accounts in the areas of consumer lifestyle products, commercial and residential real estate, travel and tourism, sports and entertainment, destination marketing, hospitality, and public policy.

“John is a dynamic, talented PR strategist who combines business savvy with conceptual creativity that will take our clients to the next level. He is a natural fit for our organization and I am confident with his deep expertise in public relations our firm and clients will benefit greatly,” added Cinquino.

Passuth will manage all aspects of PR and social media for the agency and clients that include providing clients such services as executing strategic public relations campaigns, success & feature stories, facilitating press conferences, coordinating industry and community relations, media coaching and consulting, crisis management, social media strategy, social forums, social bookmarking, and more.

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