Using PR to Save a University Athletics Program

The Situation: On Thursday, May 28, 2020, Brown University – one of eight schools that makeup the Ivy League – announced it was cutting a number of varsity sports from the school’s athletics department, including Men’s Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field and Cross Country. The decision would be effective immediately and student-athletes would have to make the […]

What’s the Point? 6 Reasons Why Your Website Should Have a Blog

What exactly are we doing here? Why does this tab even exist? Does anyone really read these things? The answer is quite possibly no – or maybe not yet. And because you’ve decided to stop by our blog, we may as well give you some solid reasons as to why putting content like this out […]

Time for PR: Telling the Community you’re Re-Opening for Business

At the height of the pandemic the U.S. Chamber of Commerce reported that over 50% of small businesses were projected to temporarily shut down because of COVID-19. 20% of small businesses reported that they were transitioning to some level of teleworking, while 17% of retailers’ operations moved to virtual or digital platforms. Today, as businesses […]

How to adjust PR strategies during COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a complete shift in brand strategies for many businesses worldwide. As public relations specialists, we see first-hand the rapid changes brands are currently undergoing. In a time where change is constant, it is important for businesses to reevaluate current brand strategies so it can continue moving forward. Here are […]