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Enjoyed Judging the Ms. Tri-State Pageant - so many accomplished and beautiful women.

The day began with a lunch for the judges in the elegant dinning area of the Alpine Country Club. I was the first judge to arrive (I was there early). 218 more words

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5 Things They Never Mentioned about Entering the "Real World"

5 Things They Never Mentioned about Entering the “Real World”

Entering the “real world” is more daunting than many of us may have once thought. 860 more words

Marketing

ThinkPR team embrace the mud for local charity

Volunteering to spend a Saturday wading through muddy bogs, scaling hay bales and crawling through tunnels commando style, is probably not what you would expect from a group of PR professionals. 474 more words

Charity

Grounded in reality by @nhshmt

Happy customer

I was invited to speak at a local event to promote the importance of public relations and engagement. It seemed to go OK. Afterwards a senior doc said he was “amazed” as he had “no idea the role covered so much.”

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Person Centred

Dealing with Setbacks and Disappointments

In the industry of public relations, dealing with setbacks and disappointments comes with the profession. It’s part of the trails and triumphs of pushing through challenges.   111 more words

Public Relations

Improving Your Public Relations

Regular press coverages can have an impact on data-analysis companies visibility and growth. There are necessary things to remember when trying to be successful in the entrepreneur world. 253 more words

Jason Grill

Child Marketers: a New Kind of Pedophile

Consuming Kids: the Commercialization of Childhood

Adriana Barbaro & Jeremy Earp 2008

Film Review

The Commercialization of Childhood is about the constant, insidious targeting of American children with corporate marketing. 507 more words

Attacks On The Working Class