#CapsOn: A Marketing & PR win for MLB

Baseball begins again 2017

“Baseball? It’s just a game – as simple as a ball and a bat. Yet, as complex as the American spirit, it symbolizes. It’s a sport, business and sometimes even a religion.” – Ernie Harwell I’ve been a baseball fan of Major League Baseball (MLB) for as long as I can remember. As much asContinue reading

Teaching PR: What it Means to Me

Teaching PR can be very rewarding

“Some men see things as they are, and ask “why.” I dream of things that never were, and ask “why not.” – Robert F. Kennedy Several years ago, I was given the opportunity to guest lecture to a class of public relations majors at a college in Buffalo, N.Y. Having previously spoken to a numberContinue reading

PR loves Twitter, but is it a life-long union?

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Ever since Twitter came along in the mid-2000’s, it has fascinated those in the communications field. For marketers, it was a boon to reach potential customers and strengthen current ones. For public relations professionals, it allowed better contact with the media and a direct link to constituents. I’ve been a strong supporter of Twitter fromContinue reading

A new dawn for JRM Comm

I’m beyond thrilled to kick off the month of August with a rebranded JRM Comm. Watch the video below to learn more and browse JRMComms.com to see how we can work together to bring you success through smart strategies! It really is a new dawn for myself and my consultancy. Let’s work together! I’d loveContinue reading

The Grad School Debate

For years, we’ve heard the steady drumbeat of those that say it’s imperative to get your Master’s Degree if you want to move up in the public relations or marketing field. There are also many that disagree, saying it’s not at all necessary. I disagree with both schools of thought. It’s not imperative, but it’sContinue reading