As a community-focused sponsorship, marketing and public relations company, Stellick Marketing Communications has a long history of helping ideas get noticed and companies maximize marketing programs and sponsorship investments. We've learned to apply the principles of sports marketing outside of the arena, creating exciting and authentic grassroots marketing programs focused on arts, education and technology.
We match corporations with properties, create unique activation programs, develop comprehensive public relations campaigns, evaluate sponsorships, execute effective digital campaigns and conduct media training. In short, we have experience using every tool in the modern marketing mix to help brands tell their stories.
We work in concert with existing advertising and media agencies at companies including RBC Financial Group, The Home Depot, McDonald’s Canada, the National Football League and Petro-Canada.
With full in house digital, graphic, video, multi-media and creative capabilities, we are ready to design and execute experiential events, sponsorship activations, crisis management strategies, product launches and social media campaigns.
Bob Stellick created Stellick Marketing Communications Inc. in
January 2000, to provide highly focused marketing and communications solutions for corporations, leagues and teams looking for innovative ways to communicate core values.
Today Bob draws on his more than 20 years of experience with the
Toronto Maple Leafs and the business of sport to lead a staff of industry experts.
2000-Present: Principal, Stellick Marketing Communications Inc.
Manages Canada’s only public relations-based, full service Sports and Community Marketing Practice.
1998-00: Shandwick International Vice President and Group Account Director
Managed consumer media relations and sports marketing practice for a multinational communications agency.
1992-98: Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club/Maple Leaf Gardens Limited
Director of Business Operations and CommunicationsManaged all non-player specific business operations for a
National Hockey League franchise.
1986-92: Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club/Maple Leaf Gardens Limited
Director of Public Relations, managed communications, player community activities and minor hockey programs.
1983-85: National Hockey League
Assistant to Director of Central ScoutingStaff scout and administration manager for the NHL’s Central Scouting bureau.