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7 Tips to Submit a Winning PRism Entry from Two Time Best in Show Winner

I often joke that I am pretty good at PR and damn good at writing award entries. I like the challenge of “reverse-engineering” calls for entries, but now that we have this rubric-based entry program, there is no question what the judges will need to award you the points—so give i...

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2016 PRism Winner Feature: Kristen Bowser, APR on Submitting an Internal Communication PRism Entry

Kristen Bower, APR, is the Internal Communications Manager at Dayton Children’s. In 2016, Kristen won a PRism for her entry in the nonprofit Internal Communications category for the Game-Changing Performance Sessions that she implemented at Dayton Children’s Hospital. Learn more about ...

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2016 PRism Winner Feature: Soteria Brown on Submitting an Electronic Communications PRism Entry

  In the fall of 2015, The Dayton Foundation (TDF) conducted its second #SpreadtheGood social media campaign. It was developed as a strategy to increase general awareness of TDF, establish its online network as a source of good things happening in the community by highlighting the effor...

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A message from our president: Focusing on the future

I’m Susan Kaiser, Media and Communications Manager with Midmark, and your new chapter president.  I am extremely honored to move into this role and look forward to serving in 2017. The Board in 2016, under the leadership of Mark Pompilio, accomplished bringing several valuable programs ...

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Who won big at the 2016 PRisms?

The Dayton Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) honored several local public relations practitioners at the annual PRism Awards Ceremony, held at the Dayton Art Institute on May 5, 2016. The prestigious PRism Award recognizes the creativity, planning and enthusiasm that go into ...

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