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Unlocking Your Inner Winner
How to lead a successful communications campaign
by Ron Nichols
Can soil be sexy? Get the dirt on the PRSA Silver Anvil Award-winning campaign, “Unlock the Secrets in the Soil,” featuring former Spokane colleague Ron Nichols. During the workshop Nichols will provide you with tips and insights on how to build a creative team and forge an effective campaign for any cause—even one that’s not as sexy as soil. You’ll really dig it. RSVP today.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
7:30 – 9:00 a.m. (Check-in begins at 7:00 a.m.)
Red Lion Hotel at the Park
303 W. North River Drive, Spokane
Cost: $35 PRSA members; $45 non-members;
$5 PRSSA students; $15 non-PRSSA students
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*Registration at the door will also be available; however, early registration helps ensure we can accommodate all participants comfortably.
About Ron Nichols:
Ron Nichols is a senior marketing communications practitioner with USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. A former journalist, university instructor, and corporate marketing director, Ron has planned and implemented successful conservation marketing campaigns throughout the country.
We’re Celebrating 50 Years of APR!
This year marks a landmark year for the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). The credential celebrates 50 years. Currently, more than 5,000 professionals from the agency, corporate, association and education fields hold the APR mark. APR measures a public relations practitioner’s fundamental knowledge of communications theory and its application, establishes advanced capabilities in research, strategic planning, implementation and evaluation and demonstrates a commitment to professional excellence and ethical conduct. Anyone with approximately five years’ experience in the full-time practice or teaching of public relations and those who have earned either a bachelor’s degree in a communication-specific field (or have equivalent work experience) are eligible for the APR program. It starts with 12 weeks of in-person APR courses taught by local APRs. People then choose whether to move ahead into the testing preparation and interview process. Learn more about the steps you take to become an APR here: http://www.prsa.org/Learning/Accreditation/.Our chapter is in the process of scheduling a round of spring APR classes. We want to hear from you if you’re considering starting the journey. Likewise, if you have questions, please never hesitate to reach out. Call us at 509-444-2350 or email Lisa.