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Public Relations Tips

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How can my Grange be newsworthy?

The first step for getting noticed by the media is to be newsworthy. As the Grange is a community-based, service-oriented organization, you’ve got a head start. Your community service work, events, programs, and benefit to your community, are inherently newsworthy.

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Marketing and Your Event: What Works, What Doesn't

Here are tips to help you avoid learning the hard way what doesn't work when planning your next event. 1. Effective Copy Writing -- No matter what type of event you're planning, it's your promotional copy (such as your press releases and posters) — and how it's written — that is going to get people to sign up or attend.

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Proper Press Release Content

There are seven basic elements that every press release should have in terms of content and how it appears: 1. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: These words should appear in the upper left-hand margin, just under your letterhead. You should capitalize every letter.

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Press Release Formatting Tips

1. Use 8 1⁄2 x 11 paper. 2. Use a minimum of one-inch margins on each side of the page. 3. Use a Bold typeface for the headlines to draw attention.

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