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View the PR People, Hall of Fame,15-to-Watch & Top Places to Work
Celebrate the best in PR and congratulate the PR professionals who have made extraordinary contributions to the profession. The PR News “All-Stars” have the right combination of dedication, passion, creativity and proven success. This is the perfect venue for you to be side-to-side with the best. Promote your service and brands to the thousands of readers who read and re-read this issue year-round. Or congratulate your peers on their success.
About the All-Stars Issue:
PR News’ All-Stars Issue will profile the Top PR People, the 15-to-Watch and Top Places to Work in PR winners, and serve as a users guide to PR departments of all sizes and missions. Our award-winning writers profile the PR Leaders from all communication areas of the PR discipline, from media relations to public affairs. And will also salute the class of 2011 Hall of Fame honorees – a lifetime achievement award for pioneers in the PR field.
Why advertise in this special issue?
No other trade publication will provide you with such high-caliber readership coupled with executive-level coverage. The All-Stars Issue will be a 4-color special issue of PR News that will be referenced by executives and their teams year round. The issue will reach over 150,000 C-suite executives & communicators online & in print.
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The PR News PR People Awards Luncheon will be held at the National Press Club in Washington, DC on November 30. The All-Stars Issue will be published and pre-released at the luncheon, reaching more than 300 PR decision makers that day, and more than 100,000 via print and electronic distribution the week of November 30 with Bonus distribution at industry events including the
PR News’ Facebook Conference the day after PR People Awards luncheon, also at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
Reserve your space today. Contact Senior Vice President & Group Publisher Diane Schwartz at 212-621-4964; firstname.lastname@example.org.