Bear Icebox Communications

Bear Icebox Communications

Strategic PR, content, and social campaigns for franchises

Company Overview

Bear Icebox: Funny name; serious results. We speak the language of franchises. Franchises turn to us at every step of their journey. We blend organic, paid search, social, content marketing, and media relations to create an environment where franchises thrive. We seek to educate the public in the value of a franchise. We remind journalists, customers and more that within a franchise beats the heart of a small business owner—folks who make up Main Street. It’s proved powerful. We’ve had clients featured in CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, New York Times, the Associated Press, and more. And we’ve helped people who took a risk capture the American dream.

About Bear Icebox Communications

HQ Location
Chicago, IL
Public Relations

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