Dinner programs (held the last Thursday of each month except for July, August, October and December) provide professional development and networking opportunities.
Networking - We all know the value of networking with our colleagues. Why not put the PPRS valuable network of public relations professionals to work for you?
PR Pointers - Whether you are a novice or a seasoned public relations practitioner, PPRS speakers and programs provide valuable information for any level of experience. As a PPRS member you will gain important information that you can immediately put to work for your organization.
Exposure - PPRS meetings give you and your organization valuable exposure to your colleagues in the community.
"In-house" Expertise - PPRS members freely share their experiences and expertise with fellow members, saving you precious time and money. It's like having your very own staff of specialized experts available to you.
Think about it - How can you be a public relations practitioner and not be a member of your own society? Join today!