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Automotive PR agency celebrates 10th anniversary with new website launch

Specialist automotive PR and digital communications agency, Red Marlin, is celebrating its tenth anniversary with the launch of a brand-new website.

The new site ( features an updated design and a host of brand new content which reflects the agency’s recognised position within the PR industry, showcasing its breadth of services and examples of its high-profile media successes for clients such as Yokohama, Silverstone Auctions and the Advanced Propulsion Centre.

“Since our inception back in 2009, not only have the requirements of PR agencies changed significantly, but so too has the automotive landscape,”

explains Danny Rughoobeer, founder and managing director, Red Marlin.

“We’re being increasingly asked by companies operating in fascinating areas such as electric and autonomous vehicles, to guide them, tell their stories through digital PR and social media, as well as introduce them to our network of industry and media contacts. The new site has been designed to reflect these changes and demonstrate how we can help ambitious automotive companies stay ahead of their rapidly evolving communication challenges.”

Based at the heart of the UK’s automotive industry in the West Midlands, Red Marlin works with a wide range of automotive based customers. Its sector experience includes low carbon and autonomous vehicles, road safety, classic cars, tyres, servicing and even an innovative online parking portal at the heart of the sharing economy.

As the company enters its second decade, 2019 has already been one of the most successful years to date with a number of new account wins including the Advanced Propulsion Centre and the online classic car auction disruptor, The Market. The company has also recently appointed its first commercial director to help drive the growth of the business further.

To view the new website, Red Marlin’s full range of services and examples of its previous successes, visit

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