Member Work

Notable Media Placements: 

  • Adam Dvorin, PPRA's new President, recently placed a story in the Wall Street Journal about his client, Camden, New Jersey's LEAP Academy University Charter School. LEAP is the first New Jersey charter school to have its entire senior class take a full course load of all-college classes -- something that begins in fall 2018. Dvorin is the media director of the New Jersey agency, Winning Strategies.
  • Instagram influencer dachshund-chihuhua mix Tuna of @TuneMeltsMyHeart and @TheTravelingTuna spent the weekend in both Philadelphia and Bucks County! He stayed at The Warwick Hotel and dined in New Hope at The Landing before tasting some wine at Crossing Vineyards.
  • The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square, which just concluded on June 18, welcomed 89,000 visitors in just 38 days, from 49 states and 17 countries. Cari Feiler Bender, Relief Communications, LLC, led the public relations campaign for the Festival and Franklin Square year-round.
  • WHYY-FM featured the story of formerly homeless artists in the joint art program of Project HOME and Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art, according to Bill Wedo, the school's communications manager. Their work was juried into the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show, the nation's oldest outdoor original artwork show.
  • Member Kerry O'Connor, Sr. Communications Manager, Einstein Healthcare Network/MossRehab, organized over 60 volunteers to participate in They Will Surf Again -- an event that gives persons with disabilities a chance to surf -- in Wildwood Crest, NJ. O'Connor was also able to leverage MossRehab's volunteers and sponsorship into media coverage, including from NBC10, CBS3, and 6abc.

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