Contact Better Business Bureau for radio, television and print media interviews
BBB's Public Relations Managers can assist reporters and media members in:
- Addressing questions on BBB releases and current marketplace issues.
- Locating helpful consumer tips on avoiding fraud and making smart purchasing decisions.
- Finding BBB Business Reviews on local and national companies. Reviews include: Company contact information, personnel, business history, complaint activity and industry details.
- Researching fraudulent companies and scams operating locally and nationally.
- Connecting with scam victims and consumers who have filed BBB complaints.
- Acquiring a list of companies—BBB Accredited and non-accredited—by industry category.
- Examining inquiries and complaints by industry. BBB's "Top 20" most-complained-about and most-inquired-about industry statistics are released quarterly and yearly.
- Getting contact information for local and national regulatory and government agencies.
Members of the media are encouraged to use the current, approved version of BBB's Seal. For a high-resolution file, please contact email@example.com.
Local BBB media contacts:
David Quinlan, Vice President of Marketing
Twitter: @DQuinlanBBB and @BBBPNW
Michelle Tabler, Alaska Regional Manager
Sophie Dichter, Oregon Public Relations Manager
Twitter: @SophieSDichter and @BBBOregon
Journalists for national media outlets are asked to contact:
ABOUT BBB: For more than 100 years, Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust. BBB serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington, founded in 1918 and serving more than 9 million consumers, is one of 113 local, independent BBBs in the United States, Canada and Mexico. In 2014, people turned to BBB serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington more than 5 million times for BBB Business Reviews on more than 264,000 local businesses and for Charity Reports on more than 1,200 local charities, all available for free at akorww.bbb.org.