In this week’s Three Box Thoughts, Director of Operations, Christi Matthys, APR, shares a recap of Three Box’s trip to New York City to attend the 2019 Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Silver Anvil Awards, where we received our profession’s most prestigious recognition.
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Shifting media landscapes, the importance of an unbiased news media, emerging audiences and more. Three Box Principal & CEO Amanda Hill shares key takeaways from the Public Relations Global Network spring meeting in Amersfoort, Netherlands. Because communication is global – and so is Three Box.
Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) also adds two new member agencies from Helsinki (Finland) and New York (USA) during bi-annual meeting; Succession and acquisition strategies, digital solutions and services, growth in the Asia-Pacific region and engaging generation Z among larger opportunities discussed by global PR professionals.
Earlier this year, Three Box was thrilled to learn that our Principal & CEO Amanda Hill was selected for the Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, a distinguished group of North Texas’ top young leaders who are making a major impression within their industry. The Three Box team toasted Amanda’s success at the 40 Under 40 Awards gala, where she was recognized in front of industry leaders who represent excellence and innovation in their fields - check out our blog for the inside scoop on the evening!
Public relations internships play an important role in the education and development of aspiring PR professionals. However, at Three Box, we believe even more in the power of mentorship. Our principal and former intern team up to share their perspectives on why mentorship is valuable to both young professionals and the agency.
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).
Today marks a major milestone for Lewis Public Relations. Since Blake Lewis founded the agency in 2000, a lot has changed. In the beginning, email, mobile phones and the Internet were just emerging as communications tools. Over the past 17 years, we’ve grown and evolved beyond traditional public relations into a more holistic strategic communications firm.
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.
Are you fast-paced and motivated to make a difference? Do you want to work with national brands without the hoops of a big corporation? Can you think outside the box? If so, we want you.
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.
At LPR, we believe that accreditation sets a public relations professional apart in a sea of party planners, publicists and purely strategic players. Accredited in Public Relations, or APR, is the public relations credentialing process that validates a professional's strategic thinking, understanding of emerging techniques and commitment to ethical practice.
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!)
Lewis Public Relations works with media professionals every day, and we value the relationships we’ve built along the way. In today’s “Meet the Media,” I’d like to introduce you to Jessica Golden, a field producer covering sports business at CNBC. Jessica and I worked together on piece featuring Topgolf at last month’s PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando.
Dear LPR Clients, With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we wanted to take a moment to tell you how much we appreciate you.
The past few weeks have been full of hard work, crazy travel schedules and some occasional stress. But it’s all worth it when we can land that coveted media hit or put on a successful event with you… and then celebrate a job well done together.
Thanks for trusting us, working hard with us and having fun with us. YOU are the reason we love what we do.
Your LPR Team
P.S. We made a “scrapbook” of some of our favorite moments with you the past few months. Enjoy! : )
Christi celebrates a fun and successful awards banquet with friends on the ALON/7-Eleven team:
Amanda and our friends at DFW Airport strike a pose in honor of their mutual love for the movie "Frozen":
Shelby gets her groove on with the New Orleans Pelicans mascot at a Domino's DXP launch event:
Amanda and the TopGolf team let loose after a busy week at the PGA Show: