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Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
(775) 684-2712
901 S Stewart St, Ste 5001
Carson City, NV
Firm Size
5
Specialties
Health Care/Medical, Nonprofits
Service Specialties
Business-To-Business Marketing, Corporate Communications, PR Counseling/Full Service, Marketing, Media Relations
Year Founded
1985

Minor Advertising Co
(775) 853-5800
140 W Huffaker Ln
Reno, NV
 
Younger Elizabeth Agency
(775) 329-4200
5418 Longley Ln
Reno, NV
 
Integrated Corporate Communications
(775) 253-4560
5825 Lausanne Drive
Reno, NV
Firm Size
1-25

Print Plus More Advertising
(702) 877-7100
8275 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 200
Las Vegas, NV
Firm Size
Medium (11-30 Employees)

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Weidinger Public Relations
(775) 588-2412
PO Box 5097
Stateline, NV
Firm Size
12
Specialties
Associations, Health Care/Medical, Real Estate, Retail, Technology
Service Specialties
Business-To-Business Marketing, Corporate Communications, PR Counseling/Full Service, Marketing, Media Relations
Year Founded
1958

Twelve Horses
(775) 332-3000
10315 Professional Cir
Reno, NV
 
C A V Strategies LTD
(775) 852-9292
10625 Double R Blvd
Reno, NV
 
On The Maps! Local Internet Marketing
(702) 220-8823
2510 E. Sunset Rd. #5-470
Las Vegas, NV
Firm Size
Small (2-10 Employees)

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Out Of My Mind Advertising And Related Mischief
(775) 777-8706
549 11th St.
Elko, NV
Firm Size
Freelance (1 Employee)

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A Public Relations Formula Beyond Illusion

PR is the most under-used and under-rated communication tool. This is largely because most managers believe their products are too mundane to garner media attention. David Blaine's confinement in a box next to Tower Bridge should initiate a rethink. If a half-naked man doing nothing in an empty box for 44 days can capture hundreds of column inches worldwide, surely anything is possible?

There is nothing supernatural about a slightly unhinged American starving himself in quasi-solitary confinement. What is magical is Blaine's incredible ability to generate, sustain, and manage a PR campaign - so much so that he provides five strategic lessons for managers contemplating PR as a method for promoting a new product or service.

First, focus on a pre-launch stage. Blaine spent a whole month promoting his London adventure. He knew a product's most newsworthy period is, paradoxically, prior to its actual availability. A pre-launch stage builds up the momentum that propels a successful product.

Second, make the launch itself a true event. Blaine ensured audiences around the world read about or tuned in live as he entered the box. The day your product becomes available must be the biggest day in its history.

Turn that day into one, or preferably more than one, big event and work with the media to ensure immediate consumer awareness of your new offering.

When Southwest Airlines launched direct flights to Memphis, it invited Elvis impersonators to make the first journey. The ensuing images of 200 Elvis lookalikes arriving at Memphis, slightly the worse for wear, guaranteed great awareness.

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make sure your PR campaign has 'legs'. After his internment, Blaine continued to appear in the media thanks to a series of issues, events and stories that ensured nobody forgot where he was or what he was doing.

An angry ex-Beatle, a concerned girlfriend and an egg-throwing woman were all part of a cleverly conceived plan to maintain media interest. Your new product may be big news for you but the secret of PR is finding fresh ways to make it interesting. Celebrity users and product anniversaries are two excellent methods for maintaining media interest.

Fourth, different media require different angles into the story. The Times reviewed Blaine's previous exploits, ABC News reported on the unruly behaviour of the British public and contrasted it with respectful American fans, New Scientist reviewed whether a man could survive without so...

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