While there is no “pull quote” element, the latest iteration of the html spec encourages use of the Aside element.
A popular technique is to put large graphical Quotation marks at the upper left and lower right of the blockquote area. In these pre-CSS3, non-multiple-background days, there is no good way to do this without a little extra HTML. The easiest technique is to add a <span> element along with the <blockquote> element. Not ideal, but it works. You can apply most of the styling the blockquote element in your CSS and then set the second background image with the span. Upper left and lower right respectively.
font-family: freight-text-pro, Georgia, Cambria, ‘Times New Roman’, Times, serif;