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Ultimately Rechargeable: PR Power Tools

By Floyd Miller



Take a first-hand peek into the tool box of veteran New York PR and media executive Ed Lamoureaux on Tuesday, January 22nd with Abilene’s Public Relations Organization. Lamoureaux presents “Using Online Social Networks and Communities as PR Power Tools” at 11:30 in the Johnson Building at Hardin-Simmons University. The program is the ## M: Read More ## third in a series of four planned by Abilene PRO during the 2007-2008 year. The luncheon is open to the public . Area public relations and communications professionals and students, and anyone interested in improving his or her PR and marketing skills, are invited to attend.Lamoureaux, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales for broadcast PR company WestGlen Communications, has deep experience in the public relations and marketing services arena, Internet services and the video production and distribution fields. He has developed a unique program whereby innovative online marketing techniques are wedded with solid PR strategies to deliver superior information dissemination results.The deadline for reservations is January 15, and the cost for the lunch is $15 for adults and $6 for university students. To make reservations, contact Abilene PRO Secretary Janis Test by e-mail at or phone 325-676-6017. University students should make reservations on their campus. The Abilene PRO Luncheon Series schedule also includes:* April 1: Kasey Pipes, political speechwriter and Abilene Christian University alumnus, will speak about his experiences as a speechwriter for President Bush and California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.The Abilene Public Relations Organization is a nonprofit association that provides educational programs, networking opportunities and support for public relations and communications professionals and students in the greater Abilene area. The Abilene Public Relations Organization has established a home in Yahoo Groups. To receive e-mail notices of upcoming Abilene PRO meetings and news, please visit

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