Public relations can mean a lot of things to a lot of different people. Whether a small business, or a Fortune 500 company, each client has its own set of priorities and needs. E. Post Public Relations offers a boutique, nimble approach to PR without the hierarchy, run-around, and conference calls of your typical agency.

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Our Results

We’ve earned media placements in the following national outlets



“E. Post Public Relations was the missing link for our start-up business. Working with Elizabeth has enabled me to focus on our business, while E. Post Public Relations has selectively managed and run front-person for our PR campaign. She brings such valuable relationships and knowledge to the table; I truly don’t think we’d be where we are today without having E. Post Public Relations as a part of the Urban Stead Cheese team.”

Andrea Siefring-Robbins, Owner, Urban Stead Cheese
“E. Post Public Relations has been an invaluable consultant for the team at Hell or High Water. She helped us navigate the media rollout for our grand opening, manage our social media platforms, and develop a long-term strategic media plan. She is well versed in traditional and digital forms of public outreach, and has been able to connect us to the top industry magazines. In addition, she has also curated the right relationships within the Louisville community, as well as national media outlets. She has provided the kind of nimbleness and personal touch a small business needs to succeed and thrive and we couldn’t be happier to have her wisdom and input.”
Maud and Stirling Welch, Owners, Hell or High Water

Case Studies


With a decade of public relations experience, Elizabeth Post is the principal of E. Post Public Relations. Holding a degree in Economics and an MBA, Elizabeth applies a business perspective to PR. In addition, her public affairs experience stems from her years in politics while working for former Congresswoman Anne Northup (KY-3) and U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell.

In the agency world, Elizabeth successfully led the public relations campaign for the passage of House Bill 168 “The Beer Bill” in Kentucky’s 2015 General Assembly. She also coordinated media relations and logistics during the internationally televised Muhammad Ali memorial service. Likewise, she has managed dozens of public relations efforts that span industries including food and beverage, education, real estate development, construction, transportation, retail, energy, non-profits and more.

She has vast experience in designing and implementing strategic media plans that result in local, regional, and national media placements. In addition, she is able to guide and consult with businesses looking to improve their social media campaigns or to create graphic design elements including logos, and collateral materials.

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