Employer of the Week: Allied Integrated Marketing

This post is part of our Employer of the Week series, where we will be highlighting a different company in PR/Communications every Monday.

Allied Integrated Marketing is a full-service agency specializing in local, regional, and national entertainment and consumer brands. The team at Allied consists of specialists, who are knowledgeable in the film, TV, gaming, and consumer brand industries. With areas in promotions, publicity, digital, events, advertising, experiential, creative, and market research, Allied prides themselves on being strategic, creative, integrated, local, and national. They customize campaigns to achieve client goals, generate great ideas that get attention and interest, provide seamless execution of cross-platform campaigns, and maintain deep relationships to make things happen quickly.

With more than 20 offices across the United States, 300+ employees, and 600 markets, Allied prides themselves on creating strategies that help you reach your audience.

Allied also keeps great company with some very reputable and well-known clients. Past and present clients include:

  • 20th Century Fox
  • Walt Disney Pictures
  • Paramount
  • Comcast
  • GM & Chrysler
  • AMC Entertainment
  • Fox
  • HBO
  • Discovery Channel
  • Broadway shows, such as Wicked
  • and many others…

Allied hires unpaid college interns for every semester to work in different departments in all of their offices nationwide. The first step in applying for an internship with Allied is to visit their website, and click on Contact. From there you e-mail the office in the city of your choosing, and you’re off and running!
Allied can be found not just on their website (http://www.alliedim.com), but also Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/alliedim), Twitter (@alliedim) and on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/company/allied-integrated-marketing).

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