Miller Public Relations
A Full-Service Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations Agency in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
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Miller Public Relations is an award-winning, national public relations and advertising agency headquartered in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Independently owned by Cyndi Miller, Miller Public Relations has served a variety of specialty and service providers nationwide for more than 15 years. We maintain a healthy, open and frequent dialogue to foster long-lasting relationships and increased client comfort, trust and confidence. Believing in our clients—their products, their team and their hard work—always produces favorable results. Join our family of satisfied clients and let us help you realize your full market potential.
Miller Public Relations is an exceptionally creative, results-driven team that delivers a superior product on time, every time. We build your consumer base, increase your sales and raise funds for worthy causes while keeping your costs low—without sacrificing quality or results.
Miller Public Relations is a proud supporter of the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, Meals on Wheels, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers Big Sisters, DFW Area Food Banks, GRACE, Compassion International and several women’s shelters.
The Miller Public Relations team is made up of creative problem solvers—the perfect combination of right and left brain thinkers. We assess the strengths and weaknesses of your business and develop a strategy to fix problems with in-house training while nurturing your strengths through creative marketing. Select a name below to learn more about our team members.
Mrs. Miller was born and raised on the East Coast, predominantly in North Carolina. She attended several Universities before graduating from the University of North Carolina in Wilmington. She was a Kindergarten teacher for 8 1/2 years until she decided to pursue other interests. While operating a small business and raising a young family, Cyndi earned an MBA, completing a part-time program in 1989. For several years, as a business consultant, she trained sales staffs, executed finance and accounting programs designed to enhance profitability, and set up better internal and external marketing campaigns for automobile corporations. Her love for her children, a strong passion for entrepreneurial opportunities and her sales abilities drew her back to owning, operating and selling small retail operations. In 1995, having been all over the spectrum in assessing and assisting various businesses, she founded Miller Public Relations. Today, she is considered one of the country’s leading experts in Medical Marketing serving her clients coast to coast. Mrs. Miller has served as a Board Member for several regional hospitals and charitable organizations.
Upon graduation from the University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Doug was commissioned a naval officer and served as a U.S. Navy carrier pilot for eight years. He then joined Lockheed Martin and spent over 20 years directing international and domestic marketing and business development efforts for major defense systems. He assisted Cyndi in the start-up and growth of MPR by tailoring multi-billion dollar system sales communications and marketing techniques for point-of-sale and retail application. Upon retirement from Lockheed Martin, Doug joined MPR as the Chief Operations Officer.
I have proudly served over 10 years at Miller Public Relations. As Director of Account Services, I’m in the exciting position of being involved in the many elements of our client’s campaigns, from the media buys to creative design to execution and measurement.
Our current team is one of the tightest and most efficient groups with which I’ve worked here at Miller Public Relations, a complementary collection of creative, analytical and administrative brains with the common goal of super-serving our clients. The sky is the limit as we identify and exploit new and innovative ways to drive patients to our clients’ waiting rooms.
This is an exciting time, and I’m thrilled that you’re a part of it. (Unless you aren’t, in which case, jump on board)
As a freelance writer for 15 years, this is my second tour at Miller Public Relations. With a BA in English from George Mason University and almost 100 hours towards a business degree from University of North Texas, I enjoy both the Account Management and the copywriting side of the business. I am the “people person” of our organization and actually have a sticker on my computer monitor that reads “stop talking.” I am the proud mother of 5 amazing children. In addition to being the office grammar police, I enjoy cooking, reading, patio dwelling and most of all SHOPPING!
I joined the Miller Public Relations team as an assistant account exec/social media guru in September 2014 after working for almost five years at Texas Motor Speedway. I’m a two-time University of North Texas graduate with a BA in Journalism and a MJ in Strategic Communications.
I am one of those rare, “whole-brained” folks. I’m a writer and a designer; I’m good with numbers and words, and I can strategically plan the pants off of a project. That’s why I play for both sides of the business – the creative and the account – and I love it.
When I’m not working, I’m hanging with my husband and our super sweet Pointer, Auggie. I’m a little obsessed with shoes and really into documentaries, red wine and traveling as much as possible.
After nearly 20 years in the financial services and marketing industries, joining the Miller PR Team has convinced me that it is possible for creativity and analysis to peacefully co-exist in a merged environment. I enjoy tasks that require high detail and some organized traffic control, so this is the perfect job for me! Any challenges that arise are merely “opportunities with an edge” – and as a die-hard Dallas Cowboys’ fan, I am obviously pre-programmed to function with this mind-set.
I take pride in my work, but my joy away from the office is with my wonderful husband, J.J. and our precious daughter, Madelyn. They are the brightest part of every day!
Always a lover of words well written, I have served as a staff writer, managing editor and then freelance writer for blogs, newspapers, and magazines for more than 20 years. I joined Miller Public Relations in the fall of 2015, after eight happy years of homeschooling. I am a local girl; a proud graduate of Grapevine High School and Texas Christian University, where I earned a bachelor’s degree in English.
I am mom to three teen/tween sons. Bless my heart, right? We are always planning our next trip Down Under, where most of my family resides. Our beautiful chocolate lab Glory is everyone’s favorite. The family mascot, we all try to live by Glory’s personal life philosophy, “Wag More, Bark Less, Take Naps Whenever Possible”.
Formally educated in Photography with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The University of North Texas, I joined the MPR Team in February 2015 as a Graphic Designer – and I love every minute of it. I fell in love with Graphic Design while working for a local photography studio, and haven’t looked back since. I am one of those lucky individuals that can call their job their passion.
Besides design, my favorite things include Radley, my crazy corgi; Andy, my super supportive boyfriend; traveling as much as I can, hiking mountains, working out and basically spending every possible minute outside.
I took on the role of social media strategist at Miller Public Relations in January of 2016. The cohesive combination of creativity and analysis makes me love social media strategy! Growing up with social media has really sparked my interest in learning about how it is used by other age groups.
Being from the west coast (Newport Beach, CA), I love everything to do with the beach and the culture that comes with it. But Texas has stolen my heart and I have found a true second home!
I have a BS in Strategic Communication from Texas Christian University. I love to travel and a recent trip to Greece was an all-time favorite! New foods (and new shoes) make my heart happy and rooftop patios make my bad days better again.