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Benefits of Being Boutique

Nearly 10 years ago when I purchased PR/PR from its Founder, Pam Lontos, my plan was to not grow the agency.  My plan was to maintain the intimate nature of our work and our relationships with our clients.  I never wanted 500 agents and 10,000 clients occupying several floors of a downtown office building.  I never wanted to have to…

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Happy (belated) President’s Day, I’m 50 Years Late

I was today many years old when I learned why Washington’s and Lincoln’s birthdays were lumped together to make President’s Day.  I always remember knowing it was to make a three-day weekend to give federal workers more time off, but I didn’t know until today that is was part of the 1971’s Uniform Monday Holiday Act.  The Act, initially proposed…

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Winning Isn’t Everything, Saying IT is!

I do enjoy the spectacle of the Super Bowl.  The pageantry, the stage management, the commercials, the half time show; but, one of the things I most look forward to is seeing who’s going to say it… The it in this case, is the “what’s next?” question being asked of sporting heroes and MVPs since 1987:  “[name], you’ve just won…

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Six More Weeks of Publicity

“Okay, campers, rise and shine. Don’t forget your booties because it’s cooooold out there today.” If you recognize this quote, you are a fan of good movies, and you also know it’s Groundhog’s Day!  But, did you know, it’s also half-way between the winter solstice and the spring equinox?  This is how the idea of an early February celebration got…

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It’s Cookie Time!

Who says there’s not a holiday in between Christmas and Valentine’s Day?  Girl Scouts have been selling cookies since about 1917 when a troop in Oklahoma baked them in their homes and sold them in schools as a service project.  The idea went national in 1922 with an authorized recipe and suggested selling price of 25 or 30 cents per…

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Of One Accord

Today, as I write this post, we are historically between Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Inauguration Day.  We are between a day of peace and a day of transition.  It got me thinking about peaceful transition. When George Washington decided to not campaign for another term as President, and our fledgling country held its first election, then had its…

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