On Monday, we asked our social media followers, “What is the best way to get media coverage for a ribbon cutting?” They have chimed in with their best public relations practices and media relations tips on this discussion question. Our contributors discussed how to get your audience interested, how to utilize the current relationships you have with the media, and they raised the question, should you have one at all? We now want to hear your comments on the topic. Do you agree? Do you disagree with their answers? Do you have anything to add? What has worked for you in the past, or what has worked for other companies and organizations? How do you make the good news, such as a ribbon cutting, newsworthy and interesting? Watch the video below and then comment with your thoughts.
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