Boca Raton FL- August 25, 2014 – Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, (FFCDC), a 501(c)3 whose goal is to prioritize the quality education and overall health of more than 700 economically disadvantaged children, is hosting “Jump Start Your Business with Public Relations” presented by Tina Pugliese of Pugliese Public Relations on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
According to Tina Pugliese, “When it comes to really growing a small business, one of the most important things you can do is to raise awareness about your company. In fact, one of the biggest things that prevent companies from reaching the level of success they want and the type of revenue they need to be successful is because not enough people know their company even exists. Many times it is simply a lack of awareness, and not a feature or anything the company is doing wrong, that leads to failure. This is where public relations comes in.”
Who: Florence Fuller Child Development Centers, Inc. and Pugliese Public Relations
What: “Jump Start Your Business with Public Relations”
- Key elements of Public Relations Programs
- The changing media
- What you can do to realize the value of PR
- The role of media relations
Where: Florence Fuller Child Development Centers – East Campus
200 NE 14th Street
Boca Raton, FL 33432
When: Tuesday, September 9, 2014, 9:00a.m. – 11:00a.m.
To register, please email Info@PugliesePR.com. Space is limited so reservations are required.
About the Florence Fuller Child Development Centers
Established in 1971, Florence Fuller Child Development Centers’ mission is making a difference through education for economically challenged children and families to build a positive future in our community. FFCDC provides quality childcare, early education, preschool and pre-kindergarten programs, after-school care, summer camps, health and wellness services and family support programs. We prepare children for a lifetime commitment to learning and social achievement, while empowering their families with resources to be healthy, stable and successful. For more information, visit www.ffcdc.org.