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Who Can You Rely On in a Crisis?

I recently attended a crisis communication seminar where the guest speakers discussed their experience dealing with a local crisis that made international news. It’s interesting to me when I encounter people who have faced significant crisis situations. I always go into these seminars half expecting...

Mortgage Paid In Exchange for Your Pride

Having a break from your monthly mortgage payment sounds pretty great, right?  Daydreaming of the possibilities that the money would free up is fun—vacations, paying down credit card debt, getting ahead on student loans, landscaping for the backyard— the options are endless and could become...

Japan’s Tsunami: A Lesson in Business Crisis Preparation

Like most Americans, we woke up last Friday morning (March 11, 2011) to learn about the devastating news of the horrific tsunami in Japan.  Our prayers and positive thoughts continue to go out to all those affected. Although the tsunami’s impact will be felt for weeks,...

LT Public Relations and Mambo Media Introduce ‘Crisis Ready’ Program to Help Safeguard Businesses Against PR and Online Crises

      LT Public Relations and Mambo Media Introduce ‘Crisis Ready’ Program to Help Safeguard Businesses Against PR and Online Crises  Program designed to protect businesses’ valuable brands and reputations       Portland, Ore., March 1, 2011—LT Public Relations and Mambo Media have partnered to offer its proprietary Crisis...

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...