Carrie Wirth is a respected marketing and public relations professional with over 20 years of experience in communications, events, media relations, advertising, and entertainment. Most recently, she was Director of Strategy at Phelps Media Group, where she drove the strategy practice and managed an impressive roster of clients.
Carrie is also an award-winning press officer for international and national show-jumping and dressage events. She managed the press centers of Wellington Masters, Longines Global Champions Tour Miami, The National Horse Show, The American Gold Cup, Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, World Dressage Masters Palm Beach, and many more.
Over the years, at her own company and others, Carrie has managed a diverse list of clients in professional sports and the corporate world including Best Buy, Target, The Minnesota Wild, Boeing, Continental Airlines, and The Hartford. In the equestrian vertical, she led accounts such as The Colorado Horse Park, EquestrianCoach.com, Blackburn Architects, Stadium Jumping, Showplace Productions, Lionshare Farm, StallWatch and more.
A lifelong equestrian, Carrie learned to ride and jump in her youth at West Point, New York. She has evented, fox hunted and played polo. She even had a little fun trying her hand at reined cow horse. But Carrie’s true love is show hunters.
Equestrian Living’s publisher, C. Wynn Medinger, is the founder and CEO of Brandlogic (now Tenet Partners), one of America’s leading brand consultancies. He has led branding assignments for numerous international clients including GE, IBM, Texaco, UBS, Travelers, and many others.
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