Team Friday’s celebrates with another new client
Award winning PR and marketing agency Friday’s Media Group is celebrating another client win in 2012.
The latest company to entrust its branding, marketing and PR to Friday’s is Manchester-based Lion Eyes; a video, TV and film production group whose work includes Peter Kay’s Tour That Doesn’t Tour Tour, Paddy McGuinness Live, Britain’s Got The Pop Factor, Resident Evil 6: No Hope Left’s commercial campaign, How to Write and Tulisa’s Britain’s Got Talent performance.
Friday’s, which has offices in both Milton Keynes and London, is proud to be promoting a number of exciting projects for award-winning Lion Eyes including TV & cinema commercials, live filmed entertainment, feature films, stage shows and corporate videos for product launches, marketing and training purposes.
Fridays-group.com managing director, Richard McCann commented: “Lion Eyes has some really exciting clients including the BBC, Universal Pictures, Baby Cow, Channel 4 and EMG Entertainment and we’re delighted to welcome them to the Friday’s client portfolio following a competitive pitch.
“In addition to promoting the TV/Video production side of the company, we’ll also be working with Lion Ears; the audio post and music division, which has provided soundtracks for the likes of BBC, ITV and Channel 4 as well as a number of established music names including Pete Waterman, Neneh Cherry, East 17, Gabrielle and D:ream.”
Martin Riley, co-founder of Lion Eyes said: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Friday’s. Historically, we’ve tried to handle PR internally, but now thankfully we can dedicate 100% of our time to what we’re good at – providing film production and post-production services to the TV, live entertainment and creative industries.”