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We have a group of 3-4 members who want to attend Ann Wylie’s PRSA Teleseminar on September 10th 3-4 PM. Email Kathy Saenz, email@example.com, if you are interested in splitting the cost and sharing the knowledge. The more the merrier, and the cheaper per person! PRSA Teleseminar Write Releases that Get Posted on Portals, Help […]
Dear Chapter Leaders: I am excited to provide you details for our upcoming Membership Campaign – “A Community You Can Count On” which offers new members a free Chapter membership when they join PRSA. As you know Membership involves you. Once a month, I will send you updates providing you with details to assist your Chapter. […]
Dear PRSA Members & Friends: “It isn’t what they say about you, it’s what they whisper,” said Errol Flynn. Well, we would like to hear what you are whispering about the Gulf Coast Chapter of PRSA… so we are going to bribe you with free food. You were planning on eating lunch on Tuesday August 25th, […]
Peter Shankman’s HARO, Help A Reporter Out, is a wonderful resource for any communications professional. If you haven’t joined already, it’s free and easy to do. You sign up and receive three or so emails a day from Peter, all with reporters looking for sources. I joined and my company has landed interviews as a […]