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NPR’s Guide to Lobbying & PR
May 19, 2011, 7:26 am
Filed under: Public Relations

If you have been looking for a tortured analogy that explains the difference between lobbying and public relations, NPR has come to your rescue: lobbyists are the Army soldiers storming Normandy, while PR people are the Air Force.

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Sadly, it’s the PR person who came up with the D-Day analogy.

Comment by Amy Johnson

Far be it for me to second guess the NPR story but the Navy played a very key role in D-Day, getting the troops to the beaches and conducting the most effective pre-invasion bombardments.

The Air Force also dropped the first wave of airborne troops behind enemy lines in the early hours of D-Day.

So who in the analogy would be the “Band of Brothers?”

Flame away dear friends.

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