Entries by Hannah Lacamp

This Month in PR History

By: Jeff Rodriguez, GFW PRSA Historian August 1968: There is no sure-fire way to win a Presidential election. But there is a pretty reliable method for losing one, and it was clearly demonstrated 50 years ago this month when Democrats gathered in Chicago to nominate their Presidential candidate. Conventions are supposed to help bring the […]

Join us for our next GFW PRSA luncheon on Wednesday, August 8, at Colonial Country Club!

Reaching diverse, segmented audiences is often among the most challenging work for PR professionals. Without the resources to reach minority communities, PR professionals need exceptional strategy and tactics. Kimberly Sims and Shannon McCord work in the communications and public involvement department at the North Texas office of HNTB Corporation, an employee-owned infrastructure solutions firm serving […]

Summer Happy Hour

Beat the Texas heat at Greater Fort Worth Chapter of PRSA’s Summer Happy Hour! Join us at Off The Record West on Magnolia on Thursday, July 26, from 5:30-7 p.m., for a refreshing drink and great company. Attendees will be entered to win a free Worthy Awards entry (value of $75-100). The cost is $5 […]

PRSA July Luncheon

You developed and executed a successful communications campaign. The client loved it, the media was all over it, and – best of all – you far exceeded your performance goals. Yet it didn’t make the cut at the Worthy Awards. What went wrong? Carol Murray, APR, marketing communications manager for Blue Zones Project – Fort Worth, will discuss the […]