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Cause Marketing and Credit Unions: Is Doing Good Good Enough?

Credit unions value the communities they serve and love “doing good.” It’s part of the industry’s historic DNA. People helping people. My team has worked with dozens of credit unions. Every single one invests in their community and tries to tastefully promote its involvement and generate...

Pink: The Color of Progress

  From football helmets to ribbons, makeup cases to yogurt caps, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) is on everyone’s radar. October not only brings awareness to a cancer that 12 percent of women in the U.S. will develop, but this month also shows how using public...

OPEN POSITION: Director/Copywriter @ LT Public Relations

LT Public Relations www.ltpublicrelations.com 930 NW 14th Ave. Suite 280 Portland, OR 97209 pr@ltpublicrelations.com POSITION AVAILABLE: Public Relations Director and Copywriter Full-time position 32 hours-a-week to start…Monday-Thursday DATE NEEDED: As soon as we find the right person. COMPENSATION: Competitive salary—but will be determined on experience and candidate’s direct match with job description/qualifications. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY...

The 2012 Election Year PR Class is Now in Session

 There’s no better time than an election year, particularly a presidential election year, for PR professionals to learn and refine their skills. I’m not referring to PR professionals who are working for candidates, but instead the rest of us in the industry who get to...

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...

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...