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LT Public Relations Welcomes New Director, Lee Dawson

    LT Public Relations Welcomes New Director, Lee Dawson Former OMSI communications director joins growing Portland-based public relations firm to support clients’ traditional, social media and crisis communications efforts PORTLAND, Ore., February 14, 2011—LT Public Relations, a comprehensive communications firm specializing in external, internal and crisis communications,...

Good News In Tough Times: Sharing Financial Education Success Stories

LT Public Relations was recently asked to present at the 2011 Oregon Financial Education Summit, presented by  the Oregon Jump$tart Coalition, a statewide nonprofit that works to improve the financial literacy of Oregonians.  The  summit brought together individuals and organizations from throughout Oregon that share...

TREND: Publishing, Without Publishers (New York Times)

Although we recently tweeted (@LTPR) about this New York Times story ("Brands Create Media Outlets Online; Bypassing Magazines", it's an important discussion about companies taken it upon themselves to develop valuable, credible journalism/content for their target audience. Business Columnist David Carr explores the new option businesses are...

LT Public Relations Super Bowl Challenge III

                                               For the past couple years, LT Public Relations has issued a challenge to the companies advertising during the Super Bowl.  This year (Super Bowl 2011 or XLV), we're announcing the challenge earlier to give advertisers more time to wisely decide. Specifically, our public relations firm challenges any company that chooses...

Ritz-Carlton Service for a Best Western Price

BLOG POST FROM LT Public Relations' Kyleigh Kent. Although we’ve heard the declarations that the recession is over, we know that locally it has been hanging around for years now. We’re reminded daily in the media about all of the negatives, but lately I’ve noticed a...

Smash Mouth Public Relations

The football season is roughly half-way through and fans often hear the term "smash mouth football" to describe a team's gritty, rough and run-it-up-the-gut style.  There are countless examples of high school, college and pro football teams professing they play smash mouth football, but there are only...

Avoid Creating PR Campaigns that Resemble Political Campaigns

Now that the dust has settled a bit from Super Tuesday 2010, it is time for the public to examine if the promises the politicians made during their campaigns will hold true.  Rarely have there been political campaigns and/or politicians that followed through on their campaign pledges,...