PRSA-West Virginia Chapter
PO Box 13604
Charleston, WV 25360
Chartered on November 10, 1979, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA is in its 35th year of service to public relations professionals in West Virginia, continuing with the energy and enthusiasm that have built and sustained this chapter. With over 100 members, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA helps members become more valuable to their organizations and clients - and more successful professionally by:
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A crowd of nearly 120 chapter members, public relations professionals and their guests attended the 2016 PRSA-West Virginia Chapter Crystal Awards Gala on June 15 at the Culture Center. The event honored outstanding public relations campaigns and projects undertaken in 2015, submitted through a record 223 entries...
By Lois Smith
I hope you were able to join us on June 15. What an awesome Crystal Awards Gala we had! I’d like to thank the Awards Committee again, led by Aly Goodwin Gregg. And a big shout out to the event sponsors! It was a fantastic night, and I appreciate all the hard work that went into it. Congratulations again to all the winners!....
This edition contains information on the June Crystal Awards Gala and winners of campaign, project and individual honors, our "Cans & Crystals" food drive for Aldersgate United Methodist Church and a list of Crystal Awards sponsors. Additional stories provide details on the July 20 "PRSA at the Park" event and a message from President Stacy Deel...
This edition contains information on the growth of FestivALL and hints of summer activities, updates on the Crystal Awards Gala, honoring our newest APR recipient, two of our own named to Generation Next and recognizing our Crystal Awards Gala sponsors. In addition, get details on our June 15 Crystal Awards Gala and read a message from President Stacy Deel...
PRSA at the Park - 2016
Appalachian Power Park, Charleston, WV
Ethics and politics: An oxymoron?