CYBERSPACE (June 8, 2016) – Internet authorities today confirmed DavenPR is an actual thing—based on newly discovered, irrefutable proof of the existence of a DavenPR website at www.davenpr.com.
“We know it’s there because we’ve seen it. We visited the DavenPR website,” an internet spokesperson said. “It has all the characteristics of a legitimate website, so we’ve concluded that’s exactly what it is,” he said. “There are pictures, words, bullet points and a logo. Oh it’s real, all right.”
DavenPR, a limited liability company (LLC), actually launched in January 2016 by veteran public relations strategist Ryan Davenport. The company name appears to be a derivation of Davenport Public Relations.
The business is dedicated to helping people and companies tell their powerful stories to increase visibility and achieve their business objectives.
“This is an exciting and yet very strange moment for me,” Davenport said. “I’m quoting myself in a news release and referring to me in the third person,” he said. “It’s like seeing yourself in the mirror, but the reflection is looking somewhere else.”
The website describes how DavenPR can help clients with a variety of communications strategies through effective writing, media relations, multimedia content and social media. Visitors are invited to bookmark the page and to keep an eye out for the “Portables” blog, which will be housed on the site but will also be seen on social media channels. Follow DavenPR on Twitter (@davenpr), LinkedIn, and Facebook.
Ryan Davenport created DavenPR in late 2015, after a nearly 20-year career in corporate public relations. Prior to that he was a broadcast journalist, working in Duluth at KDLH-TV and later at Hubbard Broadcasting for Conus Communications. Ryan and his wife Tara have three children and make their home in Minneapolis.
# # #