High Profile Campaigns

 When Scottish dad Jodie Smith was jailed along with charity Abducted Angels boss Sean Felton in Thailand, when he travelled there to bring his own son home, we were asked to help.

The Press People team launched a high profile campaign, securing coverage in every national Scottish paper, four front page articles and blanket digital coverage to highlight the case.

We also spoke to MP's with the family to push for their release. We delighted to reveal that Sean and Jodie have been released from prison without charge after 43 days. Our coverage, linked with a donations page, not only highlighted his case across Scottish National media but also made a significant contribution towards his legal expenses.

He said: "Thank you for all the high profile coverage you gave our case...we were amazed at how many front pages you were able to secure to highlight what was going on."

We are now in talks with TV production companies and daytime TV who wish to interview him as well as magazines.

If you have a campaign that you'd like to share with millions across digital, print and TV platforms, The Press People can help. Drop us an email at hello@presspeople.co.uk or give us a call. We love to chat!

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