The Bohle Company

The Bohle Company is a full service corporate public relations firm located in Bel Air. We offer traditional services including company and product launch, sustaining PR activities and social media. TBC’s senior professionals also handle company positioning, branding, crisis counseling and investor relations activities for venture-backed.

TBC was Microsoft’s first PR agency and helped usher in the age of the personal computer. We launched Epson America, supporting corporate and marketing PR needs for the company’s initial five years; and Packard Bell, serving external marketing client for nine years, until the sale of Packard Bell to NEC.

After working for Atari for several years, we launched Crystal Dynamics and 3DO. Later TBC helped broaden the market for Alienware and launched games for Activision, Sega, Universal and Warner Bros. including DC Comics Justice League and the Matrix. We helped build the Game Developers Conference (GDC) into a major industry trade show and also currently handle Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) and PAX East, the largest gatherings of game enthusiasts, worldwide. TBC also produces the Serious Play Conference, along side the Serious Games Association and corporate partners that include Microsoft, Raytheon, IBM, Lockheed Martin, and The Getty Museum.

Technology and social media clients have included Blackline Systems, Active Identity, Tag World, Social Project (Viacom), Deal News and many Web 2.0 clients. The company also handles activities for several industry associations, AeroDef Manufacturing and RAPID, for the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), instrumental players in the world of 3D printing.

Other notable clients:
Playboy Enterprises
Wizards of the Coast (Hasbro)
Alienware (Dell)
IGN (News Corp)
Six Flags
New Line Cinema (Time Warner)
Jim Henson (Disney)
Poker Stars
Virgin Interactive
Sony Online
Tropicana Casino & Resorts
Singapore Airlines

Serious Play Conference: Carnegie Mellon July 21-23, 2015