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Online registration for IPRA's holiday luncheon closes THIS Wednesday (11/28). Don't miss out!
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If you haven't registered for Thursday's luncheon yet, do it today!
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IPRA's luncheon series is back after a brief summer break. Join us next week! We'll be talking about engaging social media campaigns, leading edge digital communications and how to leverage tools such as Google+ and Pinterest.
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Eleanor Clift will be speaking at IPRA's May luncheon. Have you registered yet?
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Check out this Washington Post article about the Center for Plain Language, a client of IPRA member, Singer Communications. It also led to another piece on NPR. Congrats, Sheri!
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Did you miss last week's luncheon on reaching diverse audiences? Check out the summary...
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Online registration for next week's luncheon ends at noon on Tuesday, 10/2. Register and join us on the 4th!
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Be sure to read "The 5 Myths of Giant PR Firms" from John J. Seng, Spectrum Science Communications and Louise Pollock, Pollock Communications.
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If you weren't able to make it to the luncheon with Eleanor Clift last week, you can read about it here.
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Baseball and networking - perfect combination, especially in DC! Join PRSA-NCC at the Nationals game on May 16th!
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Register now for April's luncheon: Social Media Plans and Policies That Inspire (April 5th, 11:30am-1:30pm, Vienna, VA)
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Supporting Independent Public Relations Professionals
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The Independent Public Relations Alliance (IPRA) represents independent practitioners with experience in communications, marketing and public relations. Independent PR professionals can serve as an organization’s agency of record, be retained for a project, or work on an hourly basis.