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PRSA Colorado Taps Six All-Stars for Panel Discussion
August 24, 2011, 9:14 am
Filed under: Events, PRSA

If you are interested in learning first-hand what it takes to build one of Denver’s biggest and best PR agencies, plan to attend PRSA Colorado’s September luncheon. I am moderating an all-star panel discussion that features six of Denver’s most notable agency leaders:

Send me an email or post a comment if you have a question you would like me to ask any or all of these agency leaders. And don’t be afraid to make them tough – they can take it.

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Thanks for moderating, Jeremy. First question, do you plan to behave yourself?!?

Comment by Paula Berg

I’m not going to drink vodka tonics and sneak cigarettes on the dais, if that’s what you mean ;-)

Comment by denverprblog

Haha…point taken!

Comment by Paula Berg

Jeremy, how great! What an outstanding lineup.

Comment by dovetail solutions denver

Credit goes to Kate McDaniel and her PRSA Colorado committee. They are the ones who picked the six and convinced them to be panelists.

Comment by denverprblog

I was planning on drinking gin and tonics, but I promise not to smoke on stage. With such a luminary line-up, I doubt I will have much to offer, but will learn a lot!

Comment by Sharon

I would love to attend that session.

Comment by Paula Berg

I’ll miss this meeting but I’ll look forward to hearing about the hardball questions you pose, Jeremy. :)

Comment by Sarah




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