Social Media Lessons from Food and Lifestyle Campaigns, Presented by the NCC Professional Development Committee

Conveying an experience is one of the greatest challenges in public relations. Experiences, ideas and lifestyles are all intangible to an audience and their values can be difficult to communicate. If you are looking to improve your strategies, the NCC Professional Development Committee is hosting a luncheon workshop to show you how to effectively convey and sell experiences to government agencies and corporate businesses. The event is set for September 18 from 12 pm to 2 pm. The luncheon features, Garrett Graff, the editor-in-chief of Washingtonian, the essential guide to all things related to D.C. There will also be a panel of speakers, which includes:

  • Amy McKeever, Editor, EaterDC
  •  Representatives from a highly recognized food-driven social media campaign

Cost: $45 PRSA, WWPR and BRPS members; $55 Non-members; $35 Students; and $10 additional at the door (space permitting)


The Hamilton
600 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Visit the PRSA-NCC website to register for this event.