Stellar lands new hospitality clientsBy Jonas Lopez in Marcoms News on Tuesday, 03rd October 2017 at 2:26pm
For M&L Hospitality, Stellar is running the media and social strategy for the West Hotel, a new premium hotel which opens this month at 65 Sussex St.
Having worked with Tully Heard on Camperdown’s acre eatery, Stellar will handle the PR and communications duties for The Fernery, a garden restaurant in Mosman's Military Road offering diners unbelievable views of the city skyline and Harbour Bridge. It is slated to open doors in December 2017.
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