Nora DePalma

Nora DePalma
Principal of the O'Reilly DePalma agency. Native Jersey Girl now living near Atlanta, GA. On planes a lot. Able to see life as amusing roughly 80% of the time.
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O'Reilly DePalma Adds Energetic Team Member to Grow Client Services

by Nora DePalma on November 15, 2017

Bethany Avery, Account Coordinator – Bethany is a social media star with a passion for storytelling, graphic design and videography. She’s spent the past four years completing her Public Relations undergraduate degree and Master’s degree in Strategic Communications and Public Relations. (Yes, you read that correct; two degrees in four years).

O'Reilly DePalma wins GA PRSA 2017 Phoenix Award For Consumer PR

by Nora DePalma on November 6, 2017

Three-peat, how sweet! 

O'Reilly DePalma won recognition for a consumer public relations campaign in three chapters of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) this year for our support of the American Standard ActiClean toilet launch.

Smart Home Marketing - What Building Products Marketers Need to Know

by Nora DePalma on September 12, 2017

Ryan Herd stood out on a recent panel discussion about smart home technology sponsored by our MrSteam client. He grabbed the audience’s attention because he spoke in simple, understandable terms about the most complex revolution to hit our homes since the invention of the light bulb.

O'Reilly DePalma Named a 2017 PR News Platinum Award Finalist

by Nora DePalma on August 8, 2017
O'Reilly DePalma has been named a finalist in the 2017 PR News Platinum Awards for our work launching ActiClean, the self-cleaning toilet from American Standard.

O'Reilly DePalma Welcomes GROHE as Newest Public Relations Client

by Nora DePalma on July 19, 2017

In a coming-home move of sorts, O'Reilly DePalma is once again pleased to be working with GROHE Americas, provider of kitchen and bath fixtures.

Media Relations 101: What Journalists Wish Marketers Knew

by Nora DePalma on July 12, 2017

"Unfortunately, the basic block and tackle stuff that any good PR pro should know is jaw-droppingly not happening with many of the companies we’re writing about."

So vented a journalist who covers the home building industry.