Sabo PR promotes two to senior associate

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Lisa Taylor Courtesy Sabo PR

Lisa Taylor and Hunter Zuk were promoted to senior associates at a Grand Rapids-based public relations firm.

“I am delighted to announce these well-deserved promotions, which recognize the increasing responsibility Lisa and Hunter have taken with Sabo PR,” said Mary Ann Sabo, president and founder of Sabo PR. “Both are well-rounded communications professionals who are dedicated to delivering exceptional client service.

Hunter Zuk Courtesy Sabo PR

Taylor joined the firm two years ago. She has experience in strategic communication planning and public relations both in agency and nonprofit settings. She currently serves as the in-house communications manager for the city of Kentwood, as well as leading efforts for Emmanuel Hospice, Guiding Light and Woodland Mall, among other clients.

She is a member of the West Michigan Public Relations Society of America, where she serves on the programming and mentoring committees.

Taylor is a graduate from Central Michigan University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in journalism with a public relations concentration.

Zuk joined the firm in 2019. He has experience in strategic communications planning, branding, marketing, design and event planning with corporate and nonprofit organizations.

He currently serves as the in-house communications manager for Cascade Charter Township, as well as providing video and photography services to all Sabo PR clients and working on client teams for Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Centers, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan and the cities of Lowell and South Haven, among other clients.

Zuk is a member of the American Marketing Association of West Michigan.

He received his Bachelor of Science in advertising and public relations from Grand Valley State University.

“Both have taken on true leadership roles with our clients and within our team, enabling our agency to provide exceptional communications support on projects large and small,” Sabo said. “The move to senior associate recognizes their skills and talents.”

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