“I can only make recommendation from my POV...in other words... PR people who have integrity, professionalism, strong expertise and know PR is NOT about throwing a party. Plus, they need to be responsive and helpful when I'm writing on their client. Jennifer Morris is local and wonderful. She has worked with many restaurants and I can't recommend her enough.” –Gretchen Kurz, food columnist for Orange Coast Magazine
“She is one of the rare people who actually ‘gets it’ when it comes to the synergistic relationship needed between marketing, PR and operations. She knows what is possible and relevant rather than the many before her, who would constantly point us in the wrong direction on so many fronts that would do nothing to the top or bottom line.” - Don Myers, owner of Cha Cha’s Latin Kitchen and Brunos Italian Kitchen.
“As the editor of the Newport Beach Independent and the co-writer of our popular Off the Menu dining column, I rely on restaurant publicist for information on new menus, openings, and other restaurant news. There are only a few of these publicists that I consider to be responsive, professional, knowledgeable, and fun to work with. One of the best of the best is Jennifer Morris of Ajenda PR.When Jennifer sends me information on a restaurant, I know it’s going to be timely info I can use—which is why I frequently write about the restaurants she represents. Whether it’s promoting new menu items or introducing a new chef, Jennifer always gets me the correct info and accommodates my media requests. She knows how to coordinate media events, from simple one-on-one tastings to large food writer and blogger events. I teach Media Relations at Chapman University, and invite Jennifer to be a guest speaker in my class every semester, because I know the students will learn a lot from her experiences. Any restaurant-related business looking for a good publicist who knows what they’re doing should not hesitate to use Jennifer Morris and AjendaPR.” – Christopher Trela, Editor of the Newport Beach Independent