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Seven Top Communication and Networking Groups Host Dec 12th Holiday Event in Stamford

Unprecedented PRSA Holiday Celebration Features

Seven Top Networking Groups

 

Stamford, Conn.—December 5, 2013—The Westchester/Fairfield County Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and six other communication and professional organizations are presenting what promises to be the can’t miss party of the season, a holiday event featuring the area’s top networking groups and a rare opportunity to meet and mingle with communication industry professionals in a festive and relaxed atmosphere.

 

Set for Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the Stamford Innovation Center, 175 Atlantic Street, Stamford Conn., the event will be co-sponsored by the Fairfield County Chapter of the American Marketing Association; the Fairfield County Communications Association (FCCA); the Greater Stamford Toastmasters Club; IABC Westfair; the Stamford Innovation Center; Strategic & Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP), Connecticut Chapter; and the UCONN School of Business/Stamford Learning Accelerator.

 

Along with holiday cheer, plenty of food and drink and a few surprises, there will be live jazz and the energy and excitement that always accompany large gatherings in the impressive Stamford Innovation Center. Admission is just $25 for pre-registered guests and $30 for walk-ins (cash only at the door). Credit cards will be accepted for online registration at http://prsa-wf.org/meetinginfo.php?id=84&ts=1384804978.

 

About PRSA Westchester/Fairfield

The Westchester/Fairfield Chapter of PRSA was established in 1965 and serves more than 100 members throughout Westchester and its surrounding counties in New York and Fairfield County, Conn. We offer professional development and networking opportunities through programs with respected public relations professionals as speakers, panels, workshops, webinars and social events. For information about membership, visit http://prsa-wf.org/join.php.

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