TFB Is a woman-owned PR and Social Media Consulting agency offering social media research and content strategy, public relations/media outreach, influencer relations and branding. TFB Agency has worked with the VCU Brandcenter, Patient First, Sonabank and more.
At TFB Agency, we know social media. We believe that social media should amplify the things your business is already doing well and be a reflection of your values and performance. Whether you’ve been advertising for years or you’re just starting out, we create customized plans that integrate social media into your overall marketing, advertising and customer service strategies. We provide ongoing education and training to put the power in your hands to tap into the power of social media for the results that matter to your business.Blogger/Influencer Strategy and Outreach
Brand Voice and Guideline Development
Social Media Strategy
Social Media Management
Social Content Audits, Listening, Analytics and Reporting
Christina Dick launched her career with The Martin Agency, where she developed social media strategy and content for clients such as GEICO, Kraft’s Cool Whip, Stove Top, Walmart, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
After Martin, Christina joined Capital One to serve as their strategic marketing manager and then senior community management associate, directly responsible for the financial firm’s social media platforms.
Christina then launched a content strategy offering at Big River Advertising as their senior content strategist. While at Big River, Christina worked with familiar brands such as SweetFrog, the Virginia Lottery, and Anthem.
Christina struck out on her own and in April 2016 founded the TFB Agency, a social media-focused marketing and PR consultancy firm with a client list including Sonabank, Patient First, James River Air Conditioning and the VCU Brandcenter. Christina was named by Style Weekly as one of Richmond’s Top 40 Under 40 recipients for the class for 2017 and VCU Alumni’s 10 Under 10.
Christina is an adjunct professor of advertising at the Robertson School of Media and Culture. She also writes and publishes the popular blog “Tiramisu For Breakfast.” The former president of the Richmond Ad Club and associate board member for Richmond CenterStage served on the board of the Public Relations Society of America’s Richmond Chapter and currently serves on the Wine, Women & Shoes committee to benefit Bon Secours Forensic Nursing and the junior board of Celebrate RVA.