Central PA PRSA


Recap of our August Meeting

Michael R. Fraser, PhD, CAE, executive vice president of the Pennsylvania Medical Society presented “Advancing Missions of Pennsylvania Associations: Advocacy with Proven Media Results.”


2014keystoneEvery year, the Keystone Awards recognize exemplary public relations campaigns, strategies and tactics in central Pennsylvania. Just as the elements in an arch depend on the keystone for structural support, businesses and organizations depend on public relations practitioners for strategic counsel in achieving success. The 2014 Keystone Awards recognize the work that best demonstrates the highest standards of public relations research, planning, implementation and evaluation.
All submitted entries will be professionally judged by the Florida Public Relations Association, and winning entries will be publicly celebrated at an evening awards ceremony on Thursday, November 6.

Final Deadline: October 4, 2014

Central PA PRSA Members
$55, $50 each additional entry
Non-Members
$70, $65 each additional entry

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 PRSA Mid-Atlantic District Happy Hour at PRSA International Conference Will Be October 12

The PRSA Mid-Atlantic District,  which includes our Central PA chapter, will host a post-gala after party at Open City from 9-11 p.m. following PRSA International’s Opening Night Gala on October 12, 2014. Come enjoy drinks and late-night snacks with your Mid-Atlantic colleagues! . Open City is located at 2331 Calvert St NW, Washington, DC 20008, just down the street from the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Questions during the Conference contact Greg Surber at (804) 938-6285.  And a big thank you to Rachel Beanland and Greg Surber from PRSA Richmond for handling the details for this  event. Once the tab reaches $1,000 total (plus 18% gratuity), the bar will revert to being a cash bar. The Mid-Atlantic District has the most PRSA members in the country.

 


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