Fat Cat Communications Accelerates Growth with Opening of Second Anderson Twp. Location

Kristine Glenn - Aug 30, 2021 10:27:14 AM

Cincinnati (August 30, 2021) – Fat Cat Communications, the public relations and copywriting agency founded by Kristine Glenn in 2017, is expanding to a second location in the Cincinnati suburb of Anderson Township.


In addition to its corporate headquarters in the basement of a brown brick ranch on Holz Ave., Fat Cat Communications now operates a second office on the home’s main floor. The new space more than doubles the company’s current footprint, supporting its ongoing growth and resource requirements.


“The decision to expand our presence upstairs was a logical next step,” commented Glenn. “The new office has two windows and visibility to the main road, yet still offers easy access to headquarters. We now have light, so much light. It’s going to be a game-changer in our ability to host more productive video conference calls with our clients.”


Fat Cat Communications currently employs a staff of three four-footed specialists. While the company doesn’t anticipate making any immediate new hires, it is always on the lookout for talent with good temperament and a clean coat.


About Fat Cat Communications

Fat Cat Communications provides freelance public relations and copywriting services for businesses and agencies throughout the United States and Canada. The company is named after the founder and owner’s portly orange tabby cat, Paul.


Topics: Public Relations

Kristine Glenn

Kristine Glenn

I have an appetite for getting things done. As an advertising and corporate communications leader, I am experienced in bringing people, as well as animals, together. I have led cross-departmental teams and developed trusted relationships with C-Suite executives. I have 20 years of public relations and marketing communications experience, including providing traditional, digital and social media services to billion-dollar brands. I don’t believe in lengthy processes or convoluted platforms. I believe in hard work, empathy and love.

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