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Strong relationships with the local media can enhance your image
Look, I’m a star!
You may not have thought of it this way, but the local media is one of your stakeholders: and thus the principals of communication-trust-support hold true with them as well.
By communicating with local reporters in all media types, you are more likely to gain coverage of those stories of the great things happening in your district. And everyone is thrilled to see their local school covered on Channel 5!
We can help you develop those relationships by sharing your stories in ways that are appealing as stories. As the media looks to you for more interesting news, that relationship will develop and strengthen.
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As community members (and a board member) in our own districts, we understand the pressures on budgets and the need to secure expertise while spending responsibly.
Our services come at a very reasonable cost, one that allows you to develop the relationships and community you desire, without raising the eyebrows of your local fiscal hawks.
Depending on your needs, we can develop a custom group of services, or you can choose to use one of our packages to save even more.
- Let’s start the discussion with your goals and where you are now. Then, we’ll discuss options to determine what best fits your objectives and your budget.