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We’re listed as Top 20 communications agency by Albany Business Review

Relentless was listed as a Top 20 communications firm by the Albany Business Review as part of their 2017 Communications Firms list. This is the first year Relentless has been listed, which ranks agencies by total number of staff. ABR also profiled Managing Partner Joe Bonilla about his thoughts on how to rebrand the Capital […]
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Achieving parity among farm beverage producers in the Empire State

The phrase – “a rising tide lifts all boats” – can accurately describe New York’s farm-based craft beverage industry. What is good policy for a cidery is good for a brewery, a distillery, and a winery – and vice versa and everything in-between. Support of the craft beverage industry is truly one of the few, […]
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Launching our next chapter

Five years ago today, Rich Fazio and I submitted the filing paperwork to officially form Relentless Awareness LLC in Albany. And in those past five years, we’ve played a major role in the public conversation in Upstate New York including, but certainly not limited to: + Helping elect the first women to hold the offices […]
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Join the Be Relentless team. We’re looking for an administrative assistant to join our Albany team.

Relentless Awareness is looking to hire a part-time Administrative Assistant for our Albany office. The ideal candidate would be professional, punctual, and self-sufficient with effective organizational and administrative skills. Responsibilities will include, but not limited to: handling schedule requests for staff and clients, data entry, correspondence, answering phones, and providing support to the agency as needed.   […]
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Not just a vote, but a commitment to a brighter future for Albany

Many eons ago, in a galaxy far away, I was not the academically successful student during my Catholic school years. So much so that there was a choice given — whether to move up to Bishop Maginn High School (conditionally) or shift in the fork in the road to Albany High School. For many reasons […]
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