I was laid off recently and like many, I felt distraught as to where to start my new journey. But I quickly learned the true value of PRSA Colorado — the group’s willingness to step up when members need it the most. Here’s my story:
My manager sent me a meeting request I assumed was […]
How many times have you heard the excuse, “I just don’t have the time?” For me, I hear it often and have even used it myself on occasion. It is probably the easiest way to feel better about not doing something — exercise, house cleaning, and volunteer work. Everyone is busy with commitments to their […]
PRSA Colorado has a lot of big plans for 2010. Our membership is growing and our committees are planning great events and activities. If you’re ready to make the most of your Chapter membership, send an e-mail to GetInvolved@prsacolorado.org that describes which committees interest you most, and then one of our board members will […]
We just got the news! PRSA Colorado has been recognized nationally as having the strongest membership growth – 6.5 percent – during 2009 among the largest chapters in PRSA. Thank you to all the professionals who are already part of our chapter and who make our organization […]
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PRSA Colorado President Gina Seamans talks about the need for internal communications in the most recent Denver Business Journal. Click here to see the article in full (subscribers only).
Breaking bread with PR pros: A kumbaya moment The following post was written by Jessica Levco for Ragan.com about a recent dinner with PRSA Colorado member and Vail Resorts PR gal Amy Kemp that left her with a better impression of PR. — Wined and dined, with a side order of ‘Come to Colorado’ cassoulet. […]
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Will readers pay for online news? That’s a gamble the Denver Post is making after announcing last month that parent group, MediaNews, will begin charging for online content at many of its big regional dailies – including the Denver […]
PRSA Colorado hosted its annual Gold Pick Awards this evening at the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Denver. At this rip-roarious affair, top communications professionals gathered to celebrate the success of public relations in Denver. Below is the list of 2009 Gold Pick winners. Expect to see more coverage of Gold Picks and spotlights on the […]
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