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The Gulf Coast PRSA is dedicated to providing professional development resources to its members and the professional community in which it serves. Each month, a professional “Lunch ‘n Learn” is hosted by Gulf Coast PRSA that serves to educate PR and local business professionals on topics of interest within the industry. Members, Non-Members, Non-Profits and Students are welcome to attend. For details on the next luncheon, and all other events, please see below!

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June 2015 Lunch N Learn – Rise from the Ashes: A Public Relations Case Study

Rise from the Ashes: A Public Relations Case Study How the Greater Naples YMCA Leveraged a Fire Disaster into a Capital Campaign Success Story On Tuesday, September 2, 2013, the Naples Daily News reported on a fire at The Y of Naples. The headline read: “Fire burns YMCA building in North Naples, ‘complete loss’ likely” […]


May 2015 Lunch N Learn – Reaching the Multicultural Audiences of Southwest Florida

*Editor’s Note: If you would like a copy of Mayela’s presentation from the May 2015 Lunch N Learn, you can download a copy of it here: Hispanic Market Presentation Mayela-May 15 Reaching the Multicultural Audiences of Southwest Florida Did you know… The Hispanic Market is the fastest growing economic sector in the United States In […]


April 2015 Lunch N Learn – What Drives Choice and Behavior?

What Drives Choice and Behavior? The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) is an independent nonprofit foundation dedicated to the science beneath the art of public relations™.  They focus on research that matters to the practice, providing timely insights and applied intelligence that professionals can put to immediate use. At this session, IPR Chair Michelle Hinson […]


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