We’re pleased to announce that Three Box has earned the Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) certification from the North Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (NCTRCA).
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2016 was one for the books, bringing new business, new team members and lots of memories. By the Numbers is a fun way to quantify what the past year meant to LPR. Here we go!
The Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) today announced the addition of five new communications agency affiliates to one of the world’s largest PR agency networks. These firms joined PRGN during the consortium’s recent meeting in Lisbon, Portugal earlier this month.
Lewis Public Relations (LPR), a full-service, Dallas-based public relations and strategic communications firm, today announced the hiring of Ashton Brown as an associate and the promotion of Shelby Tidwell to senior associate.
Three top-notch communications firms, two in the U.S. and one in China, were welcomed as full members of the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) at the spring conference of the one of the world’s largest networks of public relations agencies on Thursday, April 29, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
There are two very different types of public relations professionals in this world – agency people and corporate people. As someone who has spent her entire career on the agency side, I can’t speak for the corporate communications or internal PR side, but I can share some of the reasons I love working in a PR agency environment. Variety, Variety, Variety
LPR hit the green at Topgolf last week for some St. Patrick's Day team building and mandatory agency fun. Despite our collective lack of golf skills, we had a blast and enjoyed spending quality time together outside the office. We started the afternoon with some green beer and tasty appetizers. (Topgolf's bacon mac & cheese spring rolls are to die for!)
Every year, LPR conducts a client satisfaction survey to evaluate and enhance the client experience. It's not fancy - just 10 questions using the free version of Survey Monkey - but it is an incredibly valuable tool for collecting candid, anonymous feedback from our clients. While the survey doesn't replace regular face-to-face meetings and open communication with our contacts, it does provide a way to collect quantitative and qualitative data for our own development, while giving clients a chance to tell us how they really feel about our work and our team.
We were truly honored and energized by the kind words we received from clients in the latest survey. This is the reason we do what we do.
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