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What it Means to Be Elite

“Elite” is a word that is somewhat fraught in today’s environment and certainly could be interpreted as negative. Our view is simply this—if a panel of judges considers our work as representative of the best in our industry, then we are justifiably proud that they might label us elite.   Stanton Communications was named this month one of the Agency Elite […]

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Redskins Retire Their Name, Cancel Culture, and the Red Table Talk

Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! We’re halfway through the month and we’re here to catch you up on the latest industry news, trends and headlines. This week we’re going to dive into what is popularly called ‘cancel culture’, give you an update on the Redskins name change, and take a look at what everyone is talking […]

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Best PR & Products from CES 2020

While 2020 still sounds like a futuristic year, the future of technology is here. This week, thousands of exhibitors are at the Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, where the products of both the near and distant future are on full display for media, influencers and buyers to try out for themselves. […]

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Biggest Brands of 2019, Creative Campaigns, Crisis Comms, and More 

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES    Happy New Year’s Eve, Lunch Breakers! Welcome to the final Lunch Break of 2019 and this decade.   The end of the year is a great time to look back on the last 12 months of trends and reflect on how PR has played a role in these moments. In […]

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Meet Ezraya: A Sense of Purpose in Public Relations

During my junior year at University at Albany, I was fortunate enough to get an internship for the New York State Senate Democratic Conference. That’s when I began to form my love for public affairs and advocacy work. I remember how excited I was that I could sit in the New York State Chamber with […]

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Better Pitching, Year of Video, Remembering Toni Morrison and More

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES   Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! It’s the dog days of summer, and we’re spending equal amounts of time soaking up the sun but also enjoying the A/C while catching up on the latest in PR news.   We’ve rounded up a few stories that are important to keep on your radar […]

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Poorly Played Pop-Up Shop, Instagram Influencers, “Vanity Metrics” and More

QUICK PR READS YOU CAN TACKLE BETWEEN BITES Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! We’re recovering from the heatwave and celebrating normal temperatures from the comfort of our offices. For those of you cooped up inside to avoid the heat, check out our PR News roundup that includes a poorly played pop-up shop, Instagram influencers and “Vanity […]

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PR for the Pros, Authenticity in Marketing, Arby’s Has the Alternative Meats, and More

Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers!  In addition to last-minute fireworks and cookout plans for the Fourth of July, we’re also re-reading what communicators can learn from the Founding Fathers. In this week’s edition, we cover a startling study about public relations, how marketers can be authentic and Arby’s witty take on fast food meat alternatives. What […]

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Pizza Hut Throws It Back, Cannes Controversy, Love Thy Pitch and More

Happy Tuesday, Lunch Breakers! We’re cranking up the air condition and at all costs trying to avoid stepping out in this humidity. In this week’s Lunch Break, we’re sizzling up with Pizza Hut hitting the wayback machine with a vintage logo, a Cannes campaign controversy and why you shouldn’t go out with a media pitch […]

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Millennials, Amazon, Artists and More

Happy Wednesday, Lunch Breakers! It’s not officially summer, but who are we kidding? Everyone is already looking at their calendars and planning beachside vacations. If you are currently watching the waves and sipping on a piña colada, then enjoy the sunshine. For the rest of you Lunch Breakers, here is some fun news to read […]

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