Brooke Palmer Kuhl is the president of RSBP Events+ PR, a full service event, wedding planning, and public relations firm based in Tampa and San Francisco. Event planning and business skills came natural to Brooke at an early age, leaning from her entrepreneurial father. Whether the event be just a small get together for friends, a family holiday celebration, or a celebrity event Brooke is always first to extend her skills to make an occasion beautiful and memorable.
For the past fifteen years, Brooke has lived and breathed for the event planning and public relations world. As president of RSBP Events+ PR she has gotten the opportunity to work hands on with both philanthropic and high profile endeavors. In the charity world she has been blessed with the chance to work with Hands Across the Bay, The Humane Society of Tampa Bay, The Florida Aquarium, the Morean Arts Center, the 13 Ugly Men, and the Tampa Theatre. Her hard work and dedication in the charity world led her to be named the 2008 Suncoast Woman of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Brooke is currently the scene columnist for Tampa Bay Metro Magazine after stints with TBT*, Bay News 9 and WFLA’s Daytime.
While Brooke loves that her job has given her so many opportunities to help the community through philanthropic endeavors, her passion also lies in hospitality and lifestyle PR and event work with high profile clients including Ryan Nece, Joe Maddon, Vincent Lecavalier, Warren Sapp, P. Diddy, the Huffington Post, Governor Jeb Bush, Attorney General Pam Bondi, Bern’s Steak House and Bern’s Winefest, The Epicurean Hotel, Ava, Oystercather’s, Donatello, Reeves Import Motorcars, and Orangetheory Fitness Tampa Bay, among others.
When she’s not seen planning her next big event or in the studio with a chef for TV, Brooke can be found enjoying time with her husband Craig and her three dogs, a husky and two pitbull rescues, traveling with her husband and her twin sister Blair, playing golf, doing pilates, or with the occasional good bottle of champagne, running in heels, and being ‘crafty’ — all while trying to save the world from its perils… or its event mishaps.
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