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Join Ed Rigsbee in Vegas!

Ed Rigsbee is a longtime friend of PR/PR, and he has made a career out of marketing to associations to garner speaking engagements. Of course, this is perfectly congruent with what PR/PR preaches—utilizing your visibility in trade, association, and industry publications to unlock new opportunities to speak. Plus we love all of the fantastic work he’s done through the Cigar…

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See You in Orlando!

If you caught a glimpse of Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar’s campaign rollout on Sunday, you’ll fully understand why the National Speakers Association is holding its winter conference here in Orlando, Florida. Kudos to Klobuchar and the crowd for showing up and sticking around for her presidential announcement, but that rally looked like absolutely zero fun. As I look at my…

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The City of Atlanta Won the Super Bowl

We’re a full day removed from what was the possibly the worst Super Bowl in history; a 60-minute defensive slog with 16 combined points—only one touchdown. The halftime show was disjointed and uninteresting, there were no real standouts among the commercials; my five-layer dip was cold. The Patriots emerged victorious to secure their sixth title, but the whole thing was…

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Uber and Lyft Set to Go Public

Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the wildly out of date vehicle-for-hire industry, and both are looking to cash in on their paradigm shift in 2019. Both rideshare services are projected to go public this year with valuations around $100 billion, a massive number that reflects the immense niche that ride-hailing services have carved out in the market. Uber’s IPO could…

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MLK’s Words Ring True, Especially Today

In our current state of chaos, it can be difficult to still the noise. The news comes fast and furious these days, with each headline confusing the previous headline and making it near impossible to find some sense of clarity. There’s a gulf of division in our nation, one that seems to increase in each passing day. When neighbors are…

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Spring Flings …

… I mean Flights! As I’m writing this, the northern parts of the country are experiencing bone chilling cold and blizzard conditions. Having lived in Delaware, I remember all too well having to push my car out of the snow three times on the 12-mile drive home from work. That was the winter before I decided to move south. Even…

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