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[September 03, 2013]

Ratings of Top Sports Public Relations Firms Proclaimed by toppragencies.com for September 2013

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) September 03, 2013 The ten best sports public relations services have been named by toppragencies.com for the month of September 2013. toppragencies.com provides businesses with listings online to highlight the best public relations services which produce impressive services to businesses searching for a variety of services to common issues. Services are featured based on their performance in a rigorous investigation of their principal services.

The toppragencies.com independent research team spends time researching sports public relations services by taking an in-depth look at key strengths and competitive advantages of performing public relations services. The rankings are crafted through the use of an set of evaluation verticals. The five verticals used to benchmark and compare sports public relations services include industry success, needs analysis, industry knowledge, industry experience, and industry network. Public relations services are put to the test to ensure the top services are featured to assist businesses in selecting the absolute top sports public relations services to meet their specific requirements.

The 10 top sports PR companies for September 2013 are: 1- Hamilton Public Relations 2- NM Marketing Communications 3- Jackson Spalding 4- DKC 5- Catalyst Public Relations 6- Brandware Public Relations 7- Formula PR Inc.

8- Anthony M. Furman Inc.

9- Public Communications Inc.

10- Litzky Public Relations ABOUT toppragencies.com toppragencies.com is a well-known independent authority on PR services. The principal ambition of toppragencies.com is to establish and publish those individuals or companies supplying the top public relations services all over the world. A specialized team of researches examine thousands of applicants each month who are seeking to be ranked as a top public relations product or service by the independent authority.

To view the ratings of the best sports public relations companies, visit: http://sports-marketing.toppragencies.com/best-sports-marketing-firms Sports public relations companies interested in being evaluated and promoted can visit: http://www.toppragencies.com/apply-for-rankings Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11083126.htm (c) 2013 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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