You can't quite imagine the New York Times hiring someone who's holding down a job as a public relations person
reaping huge fees, payoffs really, from clients who want good things said about them.
Mostly, this means I find myself shaking my head at emails that make it clear some public relations person
is "spraying and praying" and sending irrelevant pitches to me.
Or, a public relations person
at the quarry might call a reporter and suggest a story idea.
Not a typical PRO sort of a person in the official mould, Sultan Hasan worked as a public relations person
in many organisations, such as the KESC (now KE), PIA and earlier, in the Sindh government.
Unlike other officials who had a paid public relations person
and professional speech writers, Joker wrote all his press releases and speeches, oftentimes in his own handwriting which exactly were unclear and nearly undecipherable.
Inland Marine Services referred calls to its public relations person
, Patrick Crowley, who did not return repeated calls seeking comment.
The team's public relations person
said Wallace wouldn't talk.
Halley has been president of the food pantry since 2005 and is the public relations person
, meeting with town officials, communicating with town committees and doing whatever is needed to continue the success of the organization.
When you see a feature article, ask how it came to be if you know the public relations person
behind it .
The CMO said fans will hear directly from the athletes, instead of a public relations person
or an assistant.
Depending on the size of your operation, this can be made up of many people, but to start you off, I suggest you find the following: a guest relations professional, a skilled public relations person
, and a revenue and technological aware hospitality pro.
1 thought it was a classy thing for a public relations person
to say, and true, too.