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Pitching Long Island: Who, What, Where, When and Why presented by PRPLI Comments

The region of Long Island, surrounded by water with the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn to the west, is a unique in its geography, culture, politics, economy and advantages.

From economic development to recreation to education to business and the professions, the people who pitch Long Island are as unique as their surroundings.

Hear what they have to say about their careers, the techniques they employ in their messaging, their roles as spokesperson, and how they manage the strengths and weaknesses of their organizations.

If you live or work on Long Island, this panel discussion presented by the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island will open your eyes to what it takes to market our region. It’s a combination of public relations, sales, communications, and a heavy dose of chutzpa.


$50.00 - PRPLI & IABC Members
$65.00 - Non-members
$25.00 - Students

Panelists:

THE EXECUTIVE: Eric Alexander, Executive Director, Vision Long Island

THE AGENCY: Audrey Cohen, Account Director, Epoch 5 Public Relations

THE UNIVERSITY: Melissa Connolly, Vice President for University Relations, Hofstra University

THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRM: Laurie Bloom, Director of Marketing & Communications at Rivkin Radler LLP

Moderator:
THE SOLE PRACTITIONER: Mindy F. Wolfle , President, Neptune Marketing LLC

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Cost:

Fee/registration required

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Location:

Student Center - Sondra and David S. Mack
Sondra and David S. Mack Student Center
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549
USA


Contact:

Public Relations Professionals of Long Island


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