Fleet Street Communications wins Be At One brief

Cocktail bar group Be At One has appointed Fleet Street Communications to handle its consumer PR.

Established in 1998 by ex-bartenders Steve Locke, Leigh Miller and Rhys Oldfield, Be At One has grown from a single site in Battersea to cover more than 30 sites throughout the UK.

FSC, a specialist consultancy in the leisure, hospitality, food & drink sectors, was awarded the brief following its appointment earlier this year to coordinate trade and corporate communications for the company.

The consumer PR programme has been developed to raise the company’s profile on a national scale.

Locke, a Be At One director, said: “Extending our relationship with FSC feels like a natural progression as their team becomes more immersed with our own. They understand our business and share our goals. The consumer PR programme is a perfect fit and we’re very excited by the new approach.”

Mark Stretton, managing director at Fleet Street Communications, added: “Be At One is a fantastic, unique and forward-thinking business that truly delivers on quality drinking experiences, has a rich and fun story to tell, and embraces and builds cocktail culture on both a regional and national basis.”

  • Pictured: Be At One’s Jager Mega Drive cocktail
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