Coyne celebrates its 25th Anniversary and is named Best Agency to Work For in North America by The Holmes Report.
Coyne nominated for six 2015 PRWeek Awards for clients including IMAX, Pennzoil, National Canine Research Council, The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company.
Coyne launches award-winnning INSERT COYNE branding campaign, resulting in double-digit growth for the agency.
California love! Coyne opens its second satellite office in Los Angeles to accommodate growth in the entertainment, outdoor sports and technology business categories. Coyne Public Relations became a member of the Worldcom Public Relations Group, the world's leading partnership of global public relations firms, with more offices in more cities and countries than any multinational firm. The partnership provides global reach for Coyne clients and another step in the agency's expansion efforts. Coyne is selected by Daytona International Speedway to steer strategic PR efforts associated with its historic DAYTONA Rising redevelopment project.
Coyne is named one of the Top 50 independent PR firms and achieved over $20mm in yearly earnings. Senior Vice President Jennifer Kamienski is selected as one of PRWeek's "40 Under 40." The Coyne staff grows to over 120.
After nearly a year of planning and build-out, the Coyne staff moves into a new, larger office location in Parsippany, NJ, featuring cutting edge technology and dedicated creative spaces to foster collaboration and creativity across the agency. In addition, the agency signs on with Burger King to support their PR and social media activities.
Coyne expanded its presence in New York City with a move to new offices adjacent to Bryant Park. For its continued commitment to education, the agency is named "Internship Employer of the Year" by Seton Hall University.
Coyne PR is named "Midsize Agency of the Year" by PRWeek & PR News, as well as "Consumer Agency of the Year" and "Best Agency in America to Work For" by The Holmes Report. After a decade of leadership, Rich Lukis assumes the role of President of Coyne PR and is named as one of PRWeek's "40 Under 40." The Coyne Toy Team helped Hasbro celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the iconic Candy Land board game by transforming San Francisco's Lombard Street into a larger-than-life game of Candy Land.
Coyne PR is named a finalist for PRWeek's "Midsize Agency of the Year" for the fourth time in six years. Tom Coyne was named to PRWeek's Top "40 Under 40" List of Rising Stars. The Coyne staff grows to 90 strong by the end of the year.
Coyne opens the doors to its first satellite office in the heart of Times Square, and wins its most coveted accolade: the "Best Agency to Work for in America" by The Holmes Report. Coyne begins a beautiful relationship with Mary Kay cosmetics and Del Monte. The agency grows to over 70 employees.
Coyne continues to let the creativity flow and expands its client offerings by opening a full-service digital design studio. The agency grows to over 50 people.
The "small agency with big ideas" is humbled when it is named "Creative Agency of the Year" by The Holmes Report. Hard Rock International, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and General Mills engage with Coyne to drive PR and brand-building efforts for various iconic brands and services.
Coyne begins long-term relationships with The Walt Disney Company and Shell Lubricants. The growing Coyne team moves office locations from Fairfield, NJ to a larger space located in Parsippany, NJ. Coyne wins PRWeek's "Investor/Financial Campaign of the Year."
It was an award-worthy year for Coyne PR, who was named a finalist for "Boutique Agency of the Year" by PRWeek, while PR News named Lisa Farynyk (now Wolleon) the National Account Executive of the Year. The agency grows to over 30 people.
"Do you suck or bite?" was the survey question that Coyne PR was crazy enough to wonder and Life Savers were brave enough to ask consumers, sparking conversation across the country amongst local and national media.
Coyne PR provides Nabisco with the most successful PR launch in the snack company's 100+ year history with the launch of Mini Oreo, builds a healthcare team to support Medco, and bolsters the food team with the addition of multiple Campbell's brands.
Coyne helps drive the dot com boom with digital projects for a variety of online consumer goods and service brands, including NabiscoWorld.com, Candystand.com and Petopia.com. The staff blossoms to four. The agency nearly doubles in size in a year with a total of seven full-time PR professionals.
Rich Lukis joins Tom to support a growing list of consumer packaged goods clients, work together to establish the agency's mission, and adopt the unique approach of providing senior counsel to every client on a day-to-day basis.
"America's Favorite Food Company," Nabisco, signs on as Coyne PR's first major corporate account, charging the agency with launching its new online gaming and entertainment property, Candystand.com.
Tom opens his first office in Caldwell, NJ and hires his first employee.
Tom makes a brief switch from boss to employee when he joins The Sherry Group. The move only lasted three months, but it was enough time to meet future Coyners Rich Lukis, Sherry Spector, John Gogarty and Tim Schramm. Upon his return to the helm, he also changed the company name to "Coyne Public Relations."
Tom provides support to politicians across the state of New Jersey and provides counsel to the State Democratic Committee of NJ. In addition, Tom helps with the launch of the Occupational Center of New Jersey, an organization that supports disabled and disadvantaged citizens.
Tom sets an unwavering course for the agency and commits to a "do good" philosophy that helps develop a strong reputation with non-profit organizations and continues to serve as a guiding principle for the agency today.
Tom's experience with political campaigns leads to work with several labor union clients.
The agency gets a foothold in the world of politics when Tom manages his first political campaign.
A young, ambitious college graduate with a big vision, Tom Coyne registers his original company name "Coyne Associates." Tom spends his first six months in the business doing pro-bono work for worthy causes, raising several hundred thousand dollars for individuals with specific needs - from transplant surgeries to special needs.