Driving in Denver is getting crazier by the day. So, David Pulsipher has been hired to lead a team creating a Pedestrians & Trails Plan for Denver and looking for public input.
We have a chance to hear what he’s up to – and offer him professional advice on how to publicize the project.
PRSA’s Master Practitioners’ Group offers programs designed to give PR professionals who’ve been around the block a few times a place to participate in discussions about interesting topics. We don’t check IDs or credentials. You’re welcome to join us if you believe you have enough judgment and experience to add value to the conversation.
We’re meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. August 2 at the Blue Bonnet Café, 457 South Broadway. Plenty of free parking available. PRSA members $10, nonmembers $20. You can register here.
We’ll provide the conversation, with your help and moderated by Amy Johnson. You buy your own food and drinks. The Blue Bonnet will provide a server just for us. Doors open at 5:30. Place your food/drink order before 6 for happy hour prices.
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