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Clearing up association chapter confusion

As I think I’ve mentioned before, I’m a member of Public Relations Society of America, and I’m actively involved in the Central Michigan Chapter of PRSA. 450 more words

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Time to get an online presence

For the past 15 years, I’ve been the head of the communications department for a PK-12 public school district. The role has given me an opportunity to shape the organization’s brand and put my own stamp on it. 386 more words

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PR Firms and BBB Accreditation: Questions

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

Along with the usual main news, business, sports, and arts sections, the June 22 issue of our home delivered… 381 more words

Trump + Public Relations = Scandal?

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

When candidates for the Republican nomination for president were jockeying for position last summer, I asked a friend what advice would he give to then long-shot… 324 more words

On This Last Day of April, Thoughts on Participation on the Universal Accreditation Board

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

Cold, bleak and rainy here in Chicago, this last day of April. Perfect conditions to take on lots of productive tasks indoors, like publishing a post. 459 more words

PRSA Bronze Anvil Award Celebrates Public Relations Excellence

A public relations executive, Patrick O’Reilly serves clients from OPR Communications’ Riverside, California, office. Under the guidance of Patrick O’Reilly, the Riverside firm has garnered numerous awards, including the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Bronze Anvil Award. 119 more words

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PRSA Hosts International Conference in Atlanta

An experienced public relations executive, Patrick O’Reilly serves as the president of OPR Communications in Riverside, California. Throughout the years, Patrick O’Reilly has led the Riverside firm to numerous Capella and Polaris Awards from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). 155 more words

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