Do you plan to enter a top performing project for a “Best of the Mountains 2010” award?
Gain a competitive edge on your competition by joining past and current top award winners in a breakfast round table discussion at Buncombe County Government Television offices on Thursday, August 12, from 7:30-9 a.m.
But get your RSVP in early to firstname.lastname@example.org. The training room reserved is currently limited to 24 seats offered on a first come, first served basis. And this year’s submission guidelines are scheduled to be released August 10, just prior to this member event.
Public Relations Association of Western North Carolina members will share the experiences and best practices capturing top recognitions in our area’s most prestigious communications awards competition. Sharing the perspectives and lessons they’ve learned are Jill Yarnall with UNC-Asheville; Judy Rhew Davidson and Kathy Hughes with Buncombe County Government; Rick Prudhomme with Pardee Hospital, and Brenda Murphree with Clear Point Marketing.
By special arrangement, Jennifer Perez with Park Ridge Hospital, will speak regarding the finer points of the PRAWNC rules and judging standards. All shareholders in the roundtable discussion will enjoy a loose structure, with a small number of guided questions for the round-table participants. Then, the floor will be opened to member questions and information sharing.
At the breakfast networking event, PRAWNC members and colleagues and newcomers will enjoy City Bakery’s fresh-baked bagels with cream cheese, jam, and butter and pastries. Featured are the Biltmore Avenue establishment’s famous cheddar scallion biscuits with butter and jam, followed by assorted fresh fruit, juice and coffee.
The Public Relations Association of Western North Carolina hosts “The Best of the Mountains Awards Breakfast” at Buncombe County Government Television in the training room at 199 College Street, downtown Asheville. The cost is $10 for members, $15 for non-members, and includes City Bakery baked goods, fruit, and beverage. Metered parking is available on the street, or attendees may park in the County Parking Garage located between Carolina First Bank and Bank of America for $1 per hour.