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IT’S HEATING UP AT LFPR


LFPR - June 30, 2018 - 0 comments

It has been a great start to summer at LFPR with lots of work and media coverage for our wonderful clients.  We took time to get our team LRPR photos updated thanks to the talent of our Richmond Hill client, Megan Myrick Photography.  Megan introduced me to the Pooler chapter of BNI (Business Networking International) which LFPR has joined and we are delighted to be working with fellow BNI member – Jordan Roth of Beta One Solutions (www.betaonesecurity.com) to help him develop his website and marketing materials.  Talking of websites, we welcome aboard Chaeli Shields to the LFPR online helpdesk – she has already helped to transform the Davenport House website (www.davenporthousemuseum.org) and is making sure that we can keep our clients and our own online presence in top condition.  In other celebratory news, we were thrilled to celebrate Hollie Barnidge’s graduation of Leadership Bryan last month – proud of you Hollie!

May also saw the fantastic season finale for Savannah’s Philharmonic and the unveiling of the program for their harmonious tenth season which starts in September.  Under the leadership of Executive Director, the dynamic and inspirational Terri O’Neil, and a great Board of Directors, this is sure to be a memorable and musical Fall.  Talking of music, The American Traditions Vocal Competition (ATC) teamed up with the Savannah Art Walk in April and ATC Vocalist and Artistic Director Mikki Sodergren performed at their “Opening Reception” and After Party.  We also thoroughly enjoyed celebrating and promoting Preservation month with Historic Savannah Foundation in May – including the Ardsley Park wine tour, annual awards luncheon and the 13th colony party at Starland Dairy – HSF knows how to celebrate in style.  The month of May finished in an energetic Memorial Day weekend with our longstanding client, The 200 Club of the Coastal Empire’s annual Savannah Mile in historic downtown Savannah to raise funds and awareness for this non-profit organization which aids the family members of fallen or injured first responders in 18 Georgia counties and 2 South Carolina counties. On our doorstep in Bryan County, our client the Opioid Prevention Project Coordinator Mary Fuller led an action panel at the City Center to address ways to get involved in community efforts to prevent opioid misuse and abuse.   

The countdown is now on for the sixth annual VOICE Festival this August, themed ‘Stories Great and Small’ and I am sure we will have lots of stories to share after the summer.  Until then………………

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