Tag Archives: PR

Brewlanthropy

Many people in the United States and around the world work a regular 9-5, Monday through Friday job. Some of these jobs are easy, and others are tedious. Starting off the day early is not the easiest task for some. … Continue reading

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Changing Media Relations

One of the biggest advances in media relations comes from social media. More journalists are stepping off the traditional writing platforms and onto social media platforms such as blogs, social networking, and links through independent associations. Because of a more … Continue reading

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Imported from Detroit

Like most women, the super bowl is a time for hosting football parties, socializing, and watching commercials. And one of my favorite Superbowl commercials ever comes from Chrysler. Often times, large corporations use the Superbowl as a time to reach … Continue reading

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The importance of Reseach to a PR PRO

All public relations is planned, therefore it is important to know your audience. The only way to do this, is through research. Research is one of the most complex and difficult tasks of the public relations industry, but it is … Continue reading

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First Annual Eye Sore

So as many of you know, my place of work often does large scale fundraisers. Recently, one of the largest ones that we have had in a while was for epilepsy awareness. Often times, the sponsoring organization is responsible for … Continue reading

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Trading in My Boots for My Bikini!

I know we are all anxious and itching to get out of this place. By the end of next week, this semester will be finito!¬†It’s incredible how quickly these 15 some-odd weeks flew by. While I’m looking forward to going … Continue reading

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20 Predictions…

Last week I read the article¬†20 Predictions for the Next 25 Years. Personally, I found many aspects of this reading very compelling, and a bit nerve-wrecking as well, but one that particularly caught my eye concerned nanotechnology, particularly the section … Continue reading

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