The results of the PRSSA National Bateman Campaign Competition are in. The Public Relations Student Society of American sponsors a national campaign competition where each chapter is invited to participate and put up a team.
After a month-long campaign in February, the students evaluated their campaign and submitted 4 copies to the national PRSSA office in late March. The eam was recognized as one of the top 15 teams nationally. The honorable mention we earned came after 6 months of hard work throughout the community and partnership with the high school with the "Stomp Out Bullying" campaign. The team included:
Alternate: Lindsay Sires
PRSSA nationally holds this competition and only the top schools place.
More info about the teams that placed: http://www.prssa.org/news/national/news/display/1214
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