Meet The Intern: Megan Heiner

A new season brings a new intern here to RPR, and this one’s definitely got gusto. Meet Megan Heiner. Megan is finishing up her PR degree at Belmont University this fall, but she’s already accrued real-world experience and several awards including Best Series from the Dallas Morning News High School Paper Competition, #1 Graphic Design…
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Gym members working out at Orangetheory Fitness in Midtown Nashville

Elevating Your Client’s Community Relations: Orangetheory Fitness

One of the coolest aspects of working for a PR agency is coming up with creative and unique ideas that set your clients apart, then witnessing these ideas come to life through various campaigns, initiatives and events. Our team did just that during the month of September with our client, Orangetheory Fitness—Midtown. Because September is…
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Exterior of house in El Salvador

A House in El Salvador

It’s no secret that here at RPR, we genuinely love non-profit work. Our projects with organizations like Blood:Water, HOPE International, The Phoenix Club of Nashville, REBOOT Combat Recovery and so many others are some of the most rewarding and awe-inspiring projects we have. These organizations are one of the reasons we launched our Be The…
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The Importance of a Good Crisis Management Plan – And How to Get Started

Imagine this: You get an unexpected call in the middle of the day. Your company’s network has experienced a data breach and information for thousands of customers is now susceptible to hackers. You don’t know all the details yet, but the local news has gotten wind of the story and they are planning to run…
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Fore! What Topgolf Teaches Top PR Pros About Making it to the 19th Hole

During the Dallas Spring Meeting for PRGN members of the Leadership Roundtable, we were given the opportunity to get out of the hotel conference center and explore one of Dallas’ top corporate headquarters (and a Three Box Strategic Communications client) – Topgolf. While the visit was a great opportunity to cut loose and have a little…
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PR 101, SNL Edition

SNL has always been known as the best place to get hilarious commentary on everything from current affairs to the latest on pop culture and Hollywood’s favorite movers and shakers. It turns out it’s also a great place to pick up some public relations tips from some of the funniest folks in the game. Keep…
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Five lessons for five years

Our fifth birthday is this year. That just blows my mind. To some companies, that’s a blip in their history. To us, it’s a huge milestone. The reality is I didn’t plan on being a business owner. I didn’t have a business plan. I didn’t want employees. I definitely didn’t want the liability of a…
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Company Bonding 101

Depending on your industry, you can spend anywhere from 40-60 hours a week with colleagues. That may be more time than you spend with your family or friends, so your interactions shouldn’t be limited to work tasks and meaningless small talk. What’s the last non-work related activity you did with your coworkers? And no, hour…
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A mile in their shoes: How working in-house made me a better agency partner

As seen in the Nashville Business Journal. Most everyone works with some sort of professional service providers to accomplish the goals of their organization – partners, vendors, suppliers, whatever we call them. Anyone who provides a professional service likely understands the most important goal of client satisfaction is making certain the customer is happy and…
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