About Julie and Frisoni PR

Raised in Arizona with deep-rooted relationships built on trust and mutual respect, Julie Frisoni brings a high level of expertise and powerful connections to every client.  

With a network of professionals that are the best of the best, Julie Frisoni PR is ready to make your message soar.

Solutions, creativity, innovation and a dedication to you–that’s our priority.

“She is an excellent communicator with a savvy knowledge of the media industry from the inside and out.

She is one of the best at what she does!”

-Catherine Anaya, News Anchor, CBS 5

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National Media Experience


More than two decades of well-curated industry contacts, including work with national media from the Today Show, Wall Street Journal, ESPN, NFL, NHL, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX

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Government Communications


12 years managing communications strategy for a major metropolitan city, including public relations, media relations, web content, social media strategy, special events, television production and creative design

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Emmy Award-Winning Journalist


17 years working as a journalist, but equal time on both sides of the fence

7 Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards & 1 NY Film Festival Award

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Graphic and Digital Branding


Oversight of nationally branded graphic and digital content

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Mega Event Public Relations


Managed city messaging for major sporting events including two Super Bowls, WrestleMania, BCS National Championship games and Fiesta Bowls

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Mega Event Branding


Branded award-winning signature events that brought more than half a million people to downtown Glendale each year

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National Campaigns


Developed numerous award-winning, national campaigns

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Sports and Hospitality Experience


Intimate knowledge of the sports, entertainment, and hospitality industry; was responsible for the creation of the West Valley’s only Convention & Visitor’s Bureau

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Crisis Communication


Crisis communications, including NHL Coyotes negotiations and the near-bankruptcy of a city