Et Cultura Festival – Interactive Sessions, Music, Art, Film, Craft

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Et Cultura Festival wrapped up last week, and we wanted to share just a few of the interesting things we saw and experienced over the five-day festival’s myriad activities. It was definitely a whirlwind week and since we do public relations for the festival, the few weeks before were pretty hectic as well, but we […]

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What Makes a Good News Story?

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When telling a news story, choosing the audience wisely is as important as writing. Not all audiences will want to read all the news. This has always been true through the many eras of news. However, with the current flood of information and availability of news anytime and anyplace, it is especially important now. Ask […]

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Presenting Your Expertise to the Media

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Public relations and publicity aren’t the same, but they are intertwined. The public must first know you exist before it can have an opinion about you. One of the best ways that professionals can be introduced to a large audience is as an expert in their industry. And for credibility’s sake, it’s best if that […]

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Cushman & Wakefield’s Byron Moger comments on student housing trends

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Cushman & Wakefield’s Byron Moger is the firm’s expert in student housing projects, so when the University of South Florida announced plans for an upscale, mixed-use housing village, he was the perfect person to comment on the project and growing trend in dorm living. Universities nationwide are building luxury dorms that compete directly with higher-cost, […]

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Highlights of the 2015 Changes to the Associated Press Stylebook

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The Associated Press Stylebook is celebrating its 50-year anniversary this year, and while the updates to the book are not as drastic as last year’s updates, there are some additions and revisions that are of particular interest. As bacon-lovers, we would like to start off with the expansion of the food chapter to include BLT […]

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Lyndsey Shaw Promoted to Senior Project Manager

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We are pleased to announce that Lyndsey Shaw has been promoted to senior project manager. She joined Pinstripe as a project coordinator in January 2011 and was promoted to project manager in 2013. She manages some of the agency’s largest and most high-profile clients, including the East-West Shrine Game for Shriners Hospitals for Children in which she […]

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Marketing Professionals Answer Your Questions in This Free Business Book

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Throughout my career I have been asked a variety of questions about marketing and public relations from start-up entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 executives. I’ve always said that marketing is more art than science, but with some experience, I’ve determined some commonalities and things we can all employ to grow our businesses. I am honored to […]

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Bobbie Shay Lee Discusses Transparency in Cause Marketing with Washington Post TV

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Bobbie Shay Lee talked with Washington Post journalist, Nia-Malika Henderson, about cause marketing campaigns and the importance of transparency to protect consumers when purchasing products to benefit a non-profit. While her efforts began with with the NFL’s Crucial Catch campaign it has grown into highlighting corporations who provide a percentage of purchases to non-profits. […]

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Pinstripe Marketing Catches East West Shrine Game

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Pinstripe Marketing, a full-service marketing and communications agency based in St. Petersburg, Florida, was selected as the public relations and social media marketing agency for the legendary East-West Shrine Game® to be held at St. Petersburg’s Tropicana Field on January 19, 2013 televised live by NFL Network. The annual East-West Shrine Game, originated in 1925, […]

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