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February 2018

Emergencies, Crises and Disasters…How Government PR Pros Handle the Toughest Situations

February 15, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Calhoun St. Soups, Sandwiches and Spirits, 1915 S Calhoun St
Fort Wayne, IN 46802 United States
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Join the Hoosier Chapter of PRSA as we learn from a panel of PR experts about every PR practitioner’s worst nightmare. Panelists: Darin L. Hubble, Master Sergeant, 122nd Fighter Wing and Public Affairs Superintendent Sgt. Ron Galaviz, Sergeant and Public Information Officer, Indiana State Police Sgt. Tony Slocum, Sergeant and Public Information Officer, Indiana State Police Adam O’Connor, Deputy Chief of the Fort Wayne Fire Department and Public Relations Contact Register Now

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March 2018

What to do Before and During a Major Crisis: A Perspective from IMPD, Homeland Security and Communications Pros

March 14, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Marott, 2625 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States
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Join the PRSA Hoosier Chapter as we learn from a panel of PR experts on how to handle an event crisis from a media relations and internal communication standpoint. Register Now PRSA Members through Saturday, March 10: $30 ($35 after March 10) Non-members through Saturday, March 10: $45 ($50 after March 10) Student through Saturday, March 10: $25 ($30 after March 10) Alliance (IHMPRS, IABC, AMA) through Saturday, March 10: $36.00 ($42.00 after March 10)

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May 2018

PR on A Budget: How the Pros Get Creative

May 9, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Willows of Westfield, 6729 Westfield Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States
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At some point in most of our careers, we will likely need to make the most of an opportunity with a limited budget. Join us at our May luncheon to learn tips and best practices from our panel of pros who know how to get creative with a shoestring budget. From nonprofits, to agencies, to start-ups, our pros will provide a broad perspective on how to make the most of a situation when resources are scarce. Register Now

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July 2018

Hoosier Chapter of PRSA Luncheon

July 11, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
The Willows of Westfield, 6729 Westfield Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46220 United States
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What role will Artificial Intelligence play in PR? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already at work in communications and marketing. Amazon and online shoppers provide recommendation engines by using AI. Social media sites reply upon bots to help prioritize what viewers see and then monitor that to determine future selections. We all use hashtags and handles to link our message with similar ones to join or amplify the conversation. As this trend continues, what will it do to the PR industry?…

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September 2018

Hoosier Chapter of PRSA Luncheon

September 12, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Indiana Landmarks, 1201 Central Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States
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How does PR fit into Politics? Public relations has always had a role in the political world. None more so than recent election cycles. People used to and still probably say content is king. In a game of thrones, the new king may be audience. Panelists: Taylor Schaffer, Communications Director, City of Indianapolis/Deputy Chief of Staff, City of Indianapolis; Courtney Arango, Senior Communications Director for Governor Holcomb; Jennifer Wagner, VP of Communications at EdChoice. Moderator: Brandon Smith, Statehouse Reporter for…

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November 2018

PRSA Hoosier Chapter Luncheon-Real Talk about Fake News

November 14, 2018 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Indiana Landmarks, 1201 Central Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States
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Join us for our November luncheon, Real Talk About Fake News, presented by Dave Collett, executive vice president and general manager of Weber Shandwick’s St. Louis office. The unwanted and unwelcome phenomenon of “fake news” continues to be a chronic disruption to the environment in which communications professionals operate. More significantly, its presence is eroding trust and confidence in credible news and information sources. This presentation will delve into the origins of fake news and follow its trajectory, providing the…

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