Tag: media relations


Account Manager Jenn Hill poses with the issue of Sports Illustrated that features our client, Macy Causey.

Achieving publicity in a major national publication is wonderful and usually takes time to achieve.

So we were more than pleasantly surprised when Sports Illustrated came through for us and our youngest client, 15-year-old Yorktown race car driver Macy Causey.

Here’s the skinny. 


by Joel Rubin

RCG Founder and CEO

We may never see a political phenomenon like Donald Trump again. That’s because no one has ever pursued the presidency who was able to combine a self-professed business acumen with lofty reality TV show ratings and the ability to out-talk, if not out-think, everyone else in the room.


by RCG Chief Executive Officer Joel Rubin

When we read the January 4th issue of Inside Business, we saw the previous year pass before our eyes.

Of the magazine’s 15 top stories of 2015, we were involved in one way or another with seven.

(Inside Business lists each story one at a time on its website.)

#1 — Virginia Beach’s adoption of a series of agreements to allow construction of an 18,000-seat capacity arena near the Oceanfront. On behalf of developer ESG, we were involved practically from day one providing a host of services including: (more…)


RICHMOND – The Virginia Dental Association (VDA) applauds the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that doctors apply a fluoride varnish on the teeth of children ages six months to five years. The AAP contends, and the VDA agrees, that the varnish can help reduce cavities, the top chronic disease affecting young children.


By Rachael Keshishian

Clients often ask how we do it all. No day is “normal.” It takes planning and a lot of teamwork to get the job done and do it well. Luckily, our team features experienced PR professionals who care deeply about our work. Without each member, there’s no way we’d be able to provide the quality service we do.

Curious about an average day for an RCG account manger? Here’s a quick look at a “normal” day for me, specifically June 23, 2015.


By Staff

Joel began Rubin Communications in 1991 after a 15-year broadcasting career. His connections to local reporters and editors, as well as government and business leaders, made for a natural transition into a career in public relations.

It’s been nearly 25 years and many (many!) more clients since the beginning of Rubin Communications. To have a little fun with this week’s blog, we took a trip down memory lane and compiled an alphabetical listing of some our past and current clients. The easy part was finding the clients to match the letter; the hard part was deciding just which project or client to highlight. (more…)

By Rachael Keshishian

Rubin Communications is proud to work with Wheelabrator Portsmouth, a waste-to-energy facility that provides steam to the Norfolk Naval Shipyard and disposes of solid waste in a way that is environmentally safe and decreases reliance on fossil fuels such as coal and oil.