It's been fun. 


After 12+ years in business, Bumbershoot PR will close for good on Dec. 31, 2021. I'm excited about my next chapter. (Find me on LinkedIn and I'll tell you all about it!) Meanwhile, thank you for a great run here doing work that I love for companies I love with people I love in the city I love. 

With gratitude,

Tracey Zeeck


Bumbershoot PR is a publicity and communications company founded by Tracey Zeeck in 2009. Since that time, Bumbershoot PR has remained creative and connected with a proven track record and a wide array of clients.

Bumbershoot can increase your brand’s visibility and connect you to the right audiences through earned media, publicity, communications, and community relations as well as special event and social media direction.

Bumbershoot works alongside clients, helping them dream big and stay on budget while producing great results...and even having fun along the way.

"We only take work we believe in. As a result, our clients feel respected, our team stays happy, and our relationships with members of the media remain strong. When you keep relationships at the forefront, you can't lose."


- Tracey Zeeck

Bumbershoot excels at building earned media and “buzz” campaigns that elevate brands and influence public perception. We’ve built strong, trusting relationships with the media in this city, throughout the state, and across the nation, that result in consistent, positive coverage.


We are results-driven, we stick to the budget, and we make magic happen, because we love to see our clients succeed. We work hard to develop interesting ideas that keep you fresh in the public's eye, and we have the experience and know-how to bring those ideas to fruition.


We employ a team approach to client work, partnering with clients and their partners to find a solution that fits their very unique needs.




Started Bumbershoot from a desk in her bedroom in 2009. Mom. Wife. Smiling activist. Art lover. Fun haver. Justice seeker. Children’s book author. Once worked to save a building and repurpose it into children’s museum. Futile effort, no regrets.