GFW PRSA March Happy Hour

Mark your calendars for the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of PRSA’s March Happy Hour! Join us at World of Beer on Thursday, March 22, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. to catch up with peers and enjoy a refreshing drink. The cost is $5 per person (appetizers included).

When: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM (CST)

Where: World of Beer, 3252 W 7th Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76017, USA

Dress Code: Business Attire


Register here.

New Year’s Resolutions for PR Professionals

Join us for our first 2018 luncheon on Wednesday, January 10, at Colonial Country Club!

Kick off the New Year with helpful tips from seasoned PR pros! The Greater Fort Worth Chapter of PRSA will host its first luncheon of the year on Wednesday, January 10, at Colonial Country Club. Five esteemed panelists from a variety of PR backgrounds will help us start 2018 on the right foot. What should we focus on this year? What’s better left behind? What skills should we master? What “lifestyle” changes can be sustained year-in and year-out? Our panel is eager to answer these questions and more as we work to stay on top of our PR game in 2018.

Panelists:

  • Lane Borrello, GM Financial
  • Jeff Carlton, UNT Health Science Center
  • Kendal Lake, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
  • Trameika Vaxter, Ware & Associates
  • Gigi Westerman, APR, Fellow PRSA, The S & G Group

Many thanks to our luncheon sponsor Murnahan Public Relations.

When in Nigeria…

As part of her Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship, FWPRSA’s advocacy chair, Amiso George, had the opportunity to give a workshop on “Understanding How Public Relations Can Enhance the Work of HR Managers,” to a variety of companies in Lagos, Nigeria! Thanks for representing FWPRSA all the way from Nigeria, Amiso!

Worthy Award Sponsorships

Shoutout to our 2017 Worthy Awards presenting sponsor, Bell Helicopter​! Check out this link to learn more about this year’s sponsorship opportunities.

Calling all social media influencers!

If you’re looking to work with a social media influencer, then be ready to spend! According to Digiday, an Instagram star w/ 100,000 followers charges $1,000, and a Snapchat influencer w/ 1,000-5,000 views per post charges $500.