PRSA Has Speed Networking Luncheon At The Mill Friday

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The Lookout Chapter of PRSA will host a speed networking luncheon on Friday at 11:30 a.m. at The Mill in Chattanooga. The luncheon is part of the organization’s efforts to provide programming and networking opportunities for public relations professionals in the Tennessee Valley. 

The community is invited to attend the event. The rate for members is $15 and the non-member rate is $30, which includes lunch. 

This luncheon will allow public relations, marketing, and community relations professionals to spend a few moments face-to-face with each of the attendees.

This approach provides attendees with the opportunity to practice a 30 second pitch to hone interviewing and networking skills and gain contacts in the business community. 

The deadline to register is at noon on Thursday. For more information, or to RSVP, please visit www.lookoutprsa.com.


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