The Florida Public Relations Association Southwest Florida Chapter and Public Relations Society of America’s Gulf Coast Chapter Present: Mapping your Media: Navigating through the Changing PR Landscape
The Public Relations Society of America’s Gulf Coast Chapter (PRSA) in partnership with the Florida Public Relations Association Southwest Florida Chapter will host the annual media breakfast, “Mapping your Media: Navigating through the Changing PR Landscape.”
The popular event will be held Friday, June 18, 2021.from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. at Artichoke and Company, 11920 Saradrienne Lane, Bonita Springs 34135. The event will follow social distancing guidelines and masks are optional.
The annual Media Breakfast event brings Southwest Florida’s premiere media members front and center for a candid conversation of the state of our media, and how PR professionals can build relationships and get their organizations’ messages out.
Registration is limited to the first 50 registrants. Early bird registration cost: $35 members, $40 nonmembers, $25 students. Registration includes a full breakfast.
- Mark Gordon, Managing Editor, Business Observer
- Christina Cush, Editor In Chief, Naples Illustrated
- Tim Aten, Managing Editor, Gulfshore Business
- Karen Moore, Publisher, Southwest Florida Business Today
- Tom Doerr, News Director, WINK News
- Julie Glenn, News Director, WGCU Public Media
We will be following CDC guidelines for large gatherings at this event: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/your-health/large-gatherings.html
PRSA ANTITRUST COMPLIANCE STATEMENT (updated 5/11/21)
PRSA’s policy is to comply with federal and state antitrust laws. Participants in PRSA meetings and programs are not to discuss industry-wide or individual company prices (current or projected) or matters relating to pricing such as costs, profits, wages, market allocation, or other competitively sensitive information. Compliance with the antitrust laws is a requirement for PRSA membership and responsibility for compliance rests with each member. Participants have an obligation to terminate any discussion, seek legal counsel’s advice, or, if necessary, terminate any meeting if the discussion might be construed to raise antitrust risks.