Join PPRA for our first-ever media panel featuring top-tier freelancers from the Philly region. Learn how best to work with and pitch these reporters and discover how they each navigate the writing industry in 2019. You won’t want to miss this compelling discussion about how PR professionals can best utilize the abundance of freelancers in our region and beyond. The panel discussion will be moderated by Cari Feiler Bender, President of Relief Communications, LLC.
Panelists Scheduled to Attend:
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Cancellations will be accepted in writing by October 22, 2019. No Refunds after October 22, 2019. No-shows will be billed.
In addition to Mari, PR colleagues of varying experience levels and industries will be on hand to share their suggestions and experiences to help you craft a strong pitch and media strategy.
Registration fee includes light refreshments.
Celebrate PPRA’s 75th Anniversary with a special evening reception in the Rose Garden Ballroom at The Bellevue Hotel in the heart of Philadelphia.
Reflect on the early days of the Philadelphia Public Relations Association while looking ahead to the future. PPRA officially was founded in The Bellevue and we look forward to hosting another milestone occasion at this iconic destination.
Since 1945, PPRA has engaged with our city’s decision makers, advocated on issues impacting our profession, and celebrated the influencers and ideas that make our region great. We look forward to continuing this legacy and staying true to our roots while embracing this ever-changing industry.
Mingle with friends and fellow members, make new connections with media and invite prospective members to be introduced to the welcoming community of PPRA. Enjoy delicious food and drinks, and entertainment.
Keynote speaker and more program details coming soon!
Founded in 1945, PPRA is one of the oldest, largest private public relations associations in the country.
In 1954, PPRA presented its first Gold Medal Award, which has been bestowed 65 times.
In 1972, the first Hall of Fame inductee was honored. 45 people have been inducted.
In 2002, we added the Fast Track Awards and Dr. Jean Brodey Student Achievement Awards. Eighteen people have received the Brodey Award and the Fast Track Award.
In 2009, PRoactive Philly was launched to create a way that further enrich our community by offering pro-bono work.
In 2019, the organization launched “Drive for 75” its membership campaign leading to the 75th Anniversary Jubilee.
Sponsorship levels range from $100-$5,000, and customized packages are available.
Philadelphia Public Relations Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 579 Moorestown, NJ 08057