Having served as director of public relations at New England Culinary Institute for many years, Pam Knights understands what constitutes a good story and how to work with the media. She also believes that PR is developed from the inside out, starting at the local level, building momentum, and emanating to regional and national publications. Building PR depth and awareness is incorporated into the strategic marketing plans that PKC develops. A good story is the cherry on top for a well-executed marketing campaign.


PKC works with clients to identify and develop noteworthy angles to fit their profiles and to build a solid foundation on which to base a story. Pam is no stranger to press releases, to include traditional releases geared for local and state coverage and online releases for regional and national media. Online press releases are also an excellent means of building incoming links to boost SEO rankings and drive website traffic.


Pam Knights has worked with national PR agencies and understands the importance of developing sound story angles, and providing the necessary information an agency needs to effectively do their jobs. In 2010 Pam worked with the production team for the Discovery Channel’s Planet Green to bring Emeril Green, featuring Emeril Lagasse, to Vermont to film segments for her clients, Cedar Circle Farm and the Inn at Weathersfield.

PKC arranged for Planet Greens Emeril Green to film the Inn at Weathersfield & Cedar Circle Farm Cedar Circle Farm, Here in Hanover magazine Cedar Circle Farm, Here in Hanover magazine Cedar Circle Farm, Upper Valley Life magazine Turkey Hill Farm, Yankee magazine Turkey Hill Farm, Upper Valley Life magazine Turkey Hill Farm, Seven Days Turkey Hill Farm Seven Days Bite Club News video Cider Hill Gardens, Image magazine Cider Hill Gardens, Country Gardens magazine
We started working with Pam in the early days of our business. She guided us in the development of our marketing strategy, our logo and branding materials and our website. Pam has helped us coordinate our advertising over the years. She has lots of connections and can get us publicity in places we don’t have any access to. Pam knows the marketing business and is especially good at working with Vermont farm and food producers.”

— Kate Duesterberg, Farm manager, Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center