Siberian Coolers Selects Providence Marketing Group

Jon Boyd

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Siberian Looks to Providence for Public Relations Assistance as they enter the Market

BOZEMAN, Montana - Siberian Coolers, a company built on the idea that everyone deserves a high quality cooler, has retained Providence Marketing Group as its marketing agency of record moving forward.

"In order to grow Siberian to a desired level in a timely fashion the support of an experienced marketing and public relations agency was a clear need for us," stated David Cronk, National Sales and Marketing Director for Siberian. "The resume of Providence Marketing Group within the outdoor industry made for an easy selection process."

Providence will be tasked with building Siberian's public relations strategy in an effort to communicate the quality and affordability that Siberian Coolers offer. Both Providence and Siberian are eager to begin implementation and look forward to what the future holds for the Siberian brand.

"Providence is thrilled to be working with a brand such as Siberian Coolers," stated Providence Marketing Group Vice President, Glenn Walker. "The sky is the limit for Siberian and we are anxious to assist in growing the company into a true force in the cooler category."

The Siberian product line consists of several different models depending on the desired purpose of the user. Whether you are looking to keep the day's lunch cold or are preserving the meat of a trophy big game animal, Siberian has the cooler for you. The combination of quality and affordability sets Siberian apart from all competitors. For more information about Siberian Coolers, visit

About Siberian Coolers:

Founded in 2015 beneath the mountains of Bozeman, Montana, Siberian Coolers was born from the idea that everyone deserves a high quality cooler. Siberian products are constructed using a high-temperature polyethylene roto-molding process. This process creates an extremely durable one-piece cooler able to stay cold for days in a wide variety of outdoor settings. Siberian Logo (2).png

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