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Thursday, August 24, 2017

Setting a spot for customers at the table: How Publix cultivates brand loyalty

We’re going on a journey to the Italian countryside, where the sun-drenched vineyards and cobblestone roads lead us to a magical feast with good friends, food, and wine to celebrate the moonlit Tuscan night while we raise money to support the education and professional development initiatives of FPRA.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Fake News, Bad Reviews & the Internet Troll Blues

The Internet can serve as judge, jury and executioner for practically any person’s or company’s reputation. And when it comes to online reputation management, many PR professionals are unprepared for what they’re up against. Online reputation management guru John P. David, president of David PR Group and a partner with WebFactCheck.com, will discuss valuable tips on how to: identify personal and professional online vulnerabilities, employ best practices for use of social media and digital communications, avoid and mitigate online damage, remove negative content from search results, and deal with hate blogs and negative online reviews.

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2017-2018 Slate of Officers

Approved at the June 8, 2017, board meeting of the DP/PC Chapter of FPRA, the following members are nominated to serve on the 2017/2018 Board of Directors. In accordance with the bylaws, the Chapter shall hold annual elections of officers at a regular or special...

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Mission

The Florida Public Relations Association is dedicated to developing public relations practitioners who, through ethical and standardized practices, enhance the public relations profession in Florida.

Vision

To be Florida’s most respected public relations organization