Patricia Nash Designs: Building a World-Renowned Brand through Travel & Memories of People and Places
On Thursday, February 21, Jennifer Evans, Vice President of Operations of Patricia Nash Designs will discuss how Patricia Nash Designs’ brand has evolved from an initial idea to a world-renowned brand in just a few short years. She will share the company’s branding and marketing strategy along with its evolution in the ever-changing fashion industry. Join us to learn specialized branding strategies that can be implemented to help you improve your company’s branding image.
Monthly Professional Development
The Volunteer Chapter hosts a luncheon or dinner on the second Thursday of each month at Rothchild Catering & Conference Center in West Knoxville unless otherwise stated in the event promotions. These meetings offer professional development for public relations, marketing and communications professionals — whether you’re a member of PRSA or not.
RSVP to attend each month. Pay online or at the door. The cost is $20 for PRSA members, $25 for non-members and $15 for students.
Senior Practitioners Social Hour
The Senior Practitioners Group is open to the Volunteer Chapter’s members who serve in a senior role in their company or organization. Senior practitioners regularly have social hours, speak to student or professional groups, and write monthly bylined articles in the Greater Knoxville Business Journal.
The Greater Knoxville Business Journal’s monthly column focuses on public relations’ value in business and organizational management, using a topic that corresponds to the Business Journal’s monthly editorial focus.
For more information about the Senior Practitioners Group, email Becky Huckaby, APR.
Each year, the Volunteer Chapter recognizes the excellent public relations efforts of our members with the annual Volunteer PR Awards. The awards, judged by other PRSA chapters, go to campaigns, strategies and tactics that exemplify the very best in public relations. Additionally, the V Awards recognize individuals who are making significant contributions to PRSA, the Volunteer Chapter and the public relations profession.