Posts Tagged “Lewis Public Relations”
by ahill on November 25, 2013
This morning, I read an interesting piece by David Segal at the New York Times, aka The Haggler.” David writes a bi-monthly Sunday column about consumer complaints and problems with products. He’s a straight shooter and tells it like it is.
by LPR on October 22, 2013
Lewis Public Relations has been accepted into the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN), an organization of nearly 50 smart, strategic and capable public relations agencies located throughout the world.
by LPR on October 1, 2013
Lewis Public Relations (LPR), a full-service Dallas public relations agency, today announced that Amanda Lewis Hill, MBA, APR, has joined the team as director of strategic development, and Christi Chesner has been promoted to director of account service.
by blewis on January 22, 2013
Eleven years ago, the Harvard School of Public Health, Mentor and the Corporation for National and Community Service launched National Mentoring Month. As public relations professionals, we’re more than familiar with ‘fill-in-the-blank’ days, months and years… a mainstay for many (…)
by LPR on December 29, 2011
This time of year, everybody starts talking about their New Year’s resolutions, and how to start off fresh on Jan. 1. I remember when my family used to gather around the dining room table on New Years Eve, and my (…)
by LPR on December 1, 2011
After eight months of sitting on my couch, surfing the web for jobs, filling out applications, waiting for the phone to ring, interviewing for entry-level positions, I finally landed my first full-time job as PR Resident. Experiencing some of the (…)
by LPR on April 29, 2011
Recently Jessa, a former LPR intern, stopped by our offices for a great visit. She was able to see the space at the top of Park Central I in North Dallas after she had completed her tour with us, and (…)
by LPR on July 16, 2010
Back in the summer of 2007, ‘almost Red Raider graduate’ Christi Chesner presented herself as a senior interested in an internship at LPR. However, before a full list of time-tested intern tasks, threats and challenges could be developed for her, (…)