Join us on Wednesday, April 23 for the Pikes Peak Chapter PRSA program!
"Earned Media and the Colorado Springs Business Journal”
Jen Furda, associate publisher for the Colorado Springs Business Journal,will discuss how the Colorado Springs Business Journal serves the unique business community in Colorado Springs. Jen will also highlight how public information officers and public relations professionals can work with the CSBJ to promote local businesses.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 21 to Kate Amaya at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719.272.4903. Bring a friend, coworker or colleague!
*Please note the new time and location for our April Program
When: Wednesday, April 23, 2014
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: Sky Sox/Security Service Field
4385 Tutt Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80922
*Payment is Due at Event* Cash, check or credit card accepted at the door. If you need an invoice for payment, please email email@example.com no later than April 21.
Cost: $25 – Non-member
$20 – PRSA Member
$15 – Student
The Denver FBI office is holding a Public Information Officer Training session April 30, 2014, at the Colorado National Guard Armory in Denver. Itinerary subjects include:
WMD Basics- Chemical/Biological/Nuclear/Radiological
Suspicious Activity Reporting
WMD Crime Scene CONOPS and legal issues
Boston Bombing Presentation
To RSVP, contact Public Affairs Officer Dave Joly at Dave.Joly@ic.fbi.gov or 303-630-6060
To take part in Pikes Peak PRSA activities, or to join PRSA, click on the Membership link!
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