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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Is it a moo point? Chick-Fil-A earns significant opponents when expressing long-held view I love Chick-fil-A’s food. I love how the staff answers everything with “My pleasure.” And I love Chick-fil-A sauce. I don’t love how the cows in the …
J.R. Hipple learned from the “father of PR” and helps counsel today’s CEOs The last class J.R. Hipple took as a student at Miami of Ohio was public relations. He liked it so much, he decided to prusue a masters …
After graduating from Duke University with a degree in English, Blayne Alexander of WXIA 11Alive began her television career when her mentor secured an interview for her with NBC News Washington – not a bad first gig, right? She worked as …
The numbers are looking good for Green Olive Media For Elizabeth Moore, partner in Green Olive Media with designer/husband Jeff, it all comes down to numbers. Of course, that’s natural for someone who spent the first 10 years of her …
At William Mills Agency, family is not just a buzzword A lot of PR firms talk about how their teams are one big family. At the William Mills agency, it’s not just talk, it’s reality. There’s William III, who’s CEO, …
History Repeats Itself In April 2010, I was taking a class called, “Case Studies and Ethics in PR” as part of the undergraduate public relations program at Auburn. It was one of the toughest and most memorable classes I’ve ever …