Adam Vasquez

LT Public Relations is now part of Merit


We’re excited to announce that LT Public Relations (LTPR) is now part of Merit.

Casey Boggs invented LTPR to combat the problem of traditional public relations no longer being effective. It’s not just about the media—it’s about the entire influencer community.

Merit gravitates towards market inventors. Casey and his team truly share the vision that organizations need to stop marketing and start market inventing. That’s where we’re a natural fit together. Bringing on LTPR complements our services and strengthens our ability to disrupt the marketing, advertising, strategy consulting, and public relations industries. This addition reinforces our presence in Portland, OR, and further enhances our ability to service our U.S. clients on the West Coast.

LTPR brings an amazing leader and team with remarkable clients, along with a unique ability to build influencer and media relationships while guiding clients through crisis. These skills are an integral part of the Market Invention process, and they are how businesses move an entire industry to a single point of view.

We are excited and grateful to have LTPR and its clients be a part of the Merit family.

About Adam Vasquez

Adam is the President and CEO of Merit, the global leader in market invention. He is known for his ability to create markets for clients. His efforts have not only achieved many accolades, but have also served as an engine for sustained growth, profitability, and mission success for a number of small, medium and large companies.

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