R/P Marketing Public Relations has been honored with a bronze award in the book/manual/catalog category for Designing Style: A Guide to Designing with Todayâ€™s Vinyl Siding in Association TRENDSâ€™ 2011 All-Media Contest. Designing Style, a web-based, interactive PDF developed for
As more and more organizations embrace the idea of social media, itâ€™s important to remember what social media really means and how it can work for your organization. Social media is more than just creating a Facebook page or developing
R/P Marketing Public Relations is starting the first quarter of 2012 with exciting changes, including adding marketing talent to its leadership team, announcing several promotions and implementing a fresh perspective to its comprehensive client service emphasis.
At the start of 2012,
At our firm, we have a core belief that while we each have individual strengths that should be cultivated and celebrated, when it comes to the business of serving our clients, we are always better together. This means collaborating, sharing
Congratulations to our exceptional leader, Martha Vetter, for being named a finalist for a Stevie Award for Women in Business in the Lifetime Achievement category! The Stevie Awards were created to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and
Agency experience is a must have for every beginning PR practitioner. After being at R/P only a short time, I have come to the conclusion that agency experience is an important component to understanding a variety of aspects of PR.
R/P team members Jackie Zureich, Kelley Yoder and Laura Waltz successfully lend PR support to Chicks for Charity and its philanthropy, the International Boxing Club. Just recently, Jackie crafted a great story for the local media, connecting the dots between
Today we made a difference, but didnâ€™t make a dime. The beauty of our business is not that we â€śareâ€ť the solution, but that we can â€śfindâ€ť the solution. As PR professionals, we communicate messages to those who are best
So here we are, at the end of March â€“ and the first quarter is over. Now it begins in earnest. Iâ€™m talking about the regular â€śadjustmentâ€ť of housing starts forecastsâ€¦where every month, we see a revised â€“ downward â€“
For the past couple of years, we’ve repeatedly heard that all the demographic data point to the need for millions of new homes in the coming decades. In my mind, thereâ€™s a whole lot of psychology to be reckoned with