Full service public relations agency that services clients in sports, fashion, corporate, philanthropy and personalities to name a few.
TCOPR was founded by Traci Coulter.
Traci started her public relations career fifteen years ago in Las Vegas, where she started as a publicity coordinator for a local agency. She worked on accounts from the Grand Canal Shops, The Stratosphere, and the Venetian, to numerous restaurants and celebrity chefs. After September 11, while the entertainment and tourism business slowed around the country, Traci shifted her focus to corporate PR, concentrating on accounting firms, law firms and real estate clients – ghost-writing articles, and handling nationwide media relations for industry experts and executing events, conferences and conventions.
After leaving Las Vegas and landing in New York, Traci began a career in advertising at the Arnell Group, while freelancing in PR. She worked for fashion brands such as Frye Boots, Helly Hansen and J Shoes, securing placements in magazines such as Lucky, W, and Vogue. Her clients’ products would appear on such celebrities as Lindsay Lohan, Eva Longoria and The Bravery. With Peter Arnell at the helm, Traci worked on such business as Reebok, Chrysler and McDonald’s. Soon after, Traci worked for brands such as Levi’s, Johnnie Walker, Axe Body Spray, Dyson and British Airways at Bartle Bogle Hegarty under the leadership of Cindy Gallop.
After nearly three years in advertising, Traci ended up at Playboy Enterprises, where she managed the public relations department of the global licensing group. She handled all publicity for the company’s licensed products as well as the Girls Next Door and other properties under the Playboy brand. This also included such large-scale events such as the Playboy Super Saturday Night Party, MLB All Star Party and store openings around the world. From her experience with Playboy, Traci then founded her own public relations company, TCOPR, Inc. She handles day-to-day media relations for clients, as well as executes long-term campaigns and one-off events and executions.