Seven years ago, Christian novelists had a tough time finding a promotional home. Most PR firms didn’t accept fiction writers – which left story-driven nonfiction writers stuck with mis-oriented promo campaigns, too. So, Rebeca Seitz left her post as the publicist for Thomas Nelson’s fiction line and formed Glass Road. She quickly found other story junkie PR folks and GRPR grew to represent entire fiction lines of several houses (Howard Books/Simon & Schuster, NavPress/The Navigators, and Barbour Books) as well as individual projects with nearly every other major CBA publishing house (Tyndale, Waterbrook, Zondervan, Moody, Harvest, B&H, Baker, etc.).
Five years later, with GR clients now appearing on everything from Good Morning America to NPR to USA Today and five of Seitz’s own novels on the shelf alongside GR’s authors, Seitz grew restless. She wanted to keep stretching those boundaries, finding new ways for Christians to have impact. So, in 2010, she went to a film conference.
A filmmaker from that conference asked Seitz to write the book to release with his film. Which is when Seitz realized her beloved CBA world had a critical missing element: agents who proactively exploit content across media platform. She partnered with an Emmy-winning director and, together, the two offered artist representation through Reclaim Management and production through Reload Pictures.
Two years later, the director was ready to get back on set full time and Seitz was happy to bring all her work under one roof. Glass Road Public Relations pulled Reclaim and Reload under its umbrella to expand into Glass Road Media and Management.
GRMM now offers a wide variety of services to accomplish its core purpose that has existed since day one: let Truth impact culture by presenting it excellently with stories.
Offering full-service options in promotion, production, and management, GRMM uniquely suits the needs of ministries, businesses, authors, and artists who crave real cultural impact through the creation of story-driven products and projects.
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