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Public Relations Intern

5 Jan

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Full Plate Publicity, a small public relations firm handling busy clients, is looking for an intern interested in learning all aspects of the public relations field. The intern who fills this position should expect to learn the field from top to bottom, and will complete graduate from this program ready to enter any fast-paced public relations firm with excellent skills. It’s essential that applicants to this position have excellent communication skills, demonstrate creativity, and understand the importance of attending to even the smallest details.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor all forms of media
  • Schedule and coordinate speaking engagements, appearances, photo shoots, and other special events
  • Write press releases and other materials
  • Conduct follow up phone calls
  • Assist with mailings, print production
  • Create interview preparation materials
  • Compile contact lists
  • Search for press clippings
  • Create or update databases
  • Comfortable interviewing sources, especially on camera

Requirements

Students applying for this internship must have strong communication skills and should be majoring in Public Relations, Communications, Marketing or Journalism. Applicants should also have strong writing skills, as well as a solid understanding of social media. Only interns proficient with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office applications, with phone and Internet connection should apply. An interest in the travel, hospitality, culinary and luxury lifestyle industries is necessary.

Majors

Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Journalism

If interested, please submit a resume and three writing samples to Michelle Blackley Glynn via email to shellblackley@gmail.com.

This position is unpaid but available for course credit. A stipend may be available for events.

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New blog series to focus on travel and cooking

11 Oct

Pearls, Plates & Planes, the travel and lifestyle blog of Full Plate Publicity, is pleased to announce the launch of “Forty Before 40” and “Page to Pantry”, two new series that will be published on a regular basis.

“Forty Before 40” will highlight travel to 40 states and tfortybefore40he best places to eat, where to play, and what to wear while there. It will also explore how locals live, and the cultural and adventurous side of each destination. The idea was born when Full Plate Publicity‘s Owner and Chief Creative Officer Michelle Blackley Glynn realized that decades of work and personal travel have added-up to 40 visited states, just in time before turning 40 years old in 2018.

“It will be interesting to re-explore these 40 states through photos, journals, and recipes – nothing describes a place like its people and what they prepare to eat for their families and friends,” Glynn said. “As readers follow along with the series, I hope it encourages them to visit these domestic hotspots and discover their own bucket lists.”

pg2pantryWith a focus on the culinary appeal of “Forty Before 40” some blog posts may be accompanied by “Page to Pantry”, a cookbook review that is relevant to the destination.

For updates, continue to visit the Pearls, Plates & Planes blog or watch its T.V. show by the same name on “LCTV“.

 

 

Video Killed the Radio Star

19 May

Did you know we are also a T.V. show? Pearls Plates Planes is a lifestyle and travel show on Time Warner Cable. We are now booking into September 2016. If you have a story idea about food, fashion, or more, contact us! We are also looking for events to promote throughout the summer.

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Small town PR company with global impact

7 Jan

P3_STAMP-01A new public relations and social media agency for the travel, hospitality, culinary and luxury lifestyle industries has been formed in Western New York and South West Florida.

Full Plate Publicity will use the latest techniques in marketing and social media to create fresh, innovative and thoughtful campaigns for a variety of clients. The energetic team has an unparalleled passion for achieving media hits with a purpose, directly helping their clients’ businesses and presence in the marketplace.

With a solid presence in the book publishing industry Full Plate Publicity sees 2016 as the appropriate time to launch into industries that encompass culinary, travel and fashion, while specializing in hospitality and luxury lifestyle brands.

“With a strong background in the lifestyle industries, and media contacts in New York and globally, this is the ideal time to launch such a venture,” said Michelle Blackley Glynn, chief creative officer, Full Plate Publicity. “Using a multimedia approach on a daily basis, we are excited about growing our client list and staff as we embark on this initiative.”

Full Plate Publicity will formally launch internationally at the end of the month in New Delhi, India at SATTE, a three-day event showcasing more than 750 exhibitors from the travel and tourism industry, including 35 national tourist offices and 26 state tourism boards from India, airlines, hotels, destination marketing companies, cruise liners and more.