A Bridge to Somewhere: The Do’s and Don’ts of Media Relations With Barnaby Dinges: November 11th Year End Party

With Barnaby Dinges, Senior Vice President FleishmanHillard ChicagoBarnaby Dinges

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PRSA Suburban Chicago Chapter
Tuesday, October 14, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
DOC Wine Bar in Lombard, IL

Media relations is the most visible part of public relations, and at the same time potentially the least understood. Barnaby Dinges of FleishmanHillard Chicago will keynote our Year-end Holiday Party. Barnaby will provide examples of techniques that work (and some that don’t) … and a real world example in an update on the Affordable Care Act as it begins year two in Illinois with the start of the annual open enrollment on November 15th.

We will also be celebrating the end of our 2014 programs with food, wine, prizes and our annual Toys for Tots toy collection to benefit the United States Marine Corps Foundation. Bring a new, unwrapped toy to the November 11th Holiday Party and receive a coupon for $5 off any 2015 program. Bring two toys and receive a $10 off coupon. Help PRSA Suburban Chicago spread some cheer this holiday season!

Barnaby Dinges, Senior Vice President FleishmanHillard Chicago Barnaby Dinges joined FleishmanHillard’s public affairs group in Chicago in 2013 after more than fifteen years leading the Dinges Group, Ltd. A former journalist and press secretary for Illinois State Comptroller Dawn Clark Netsch, Barnaby brings more than 30 years of experience in news, public affairs, media relations, marketing and issue advocacy across a broad range of industries, from energy to food and health care. At the Dinges Group, he helped earn government approval for nearly $2-billion in wind energy projects. Clients of The Dinges Gang LLC included the Chicago Bears, Chicago Park District, Draper and Kramer, Element Power, Invenergy, Mondelez, Northern Illinois Food Bank, Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, and Rotary International. He has earned a number of PR awards, including PR Week Honorable Mention (2002 PR Stunt of the Year, Ken More and the All-Parts Band for Sears); Publicity Club of Chicago Silver Trumpet (Ken More); Public Relations Society of America Award of Excellence and Bronze Anvil (Business-to-business marketing and the Chicago Bears Soldier Field video).

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