Advisory and Advocacy Communications
Public relations (PR) is the set of techniques and strategies related to managing how information about an individual or company is disseminated to the public, and especially the media. Its primary goals are to disseminate important company news or events, maintain a brand image, and put a positive spin on negative events to minimize their fallout.
Every individual or entity operating in the public eye faces the spread of information about them or their practices to the public. While public relations is an industry unto itself, any attempt to portray oneself in a certain way to others can be considered a form of public relations.
Our Fallen Heroes - their Oath, Service and Ultimate Sacrifice - are worthy and deserving of proper dissemination eternally - that, as permanent symbols of our freedom, their memory be properly managed - that, they are properly honored and remembered - individually and collectively - by current and future generations forevermore.
In all that we do, aspire to do, we spread information - communicate information - about fellow Americans -
U.S. Servicemembers - whose timeless royalties fund our freedom as we know it today, as we expect it tomorrow.
Techniques & Strategies
INFORM. INSPIRE. INVOLVE.
We work with Communities - Townships & Municipalities, Schools, Businesses, Churches, Organizations - in creating Master Remembrance Plans and Programs.
Former Prisoner-of-War Day, Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day,
Gold Star Mother's & Family Day, POW/MIA Recognition Day, Veterans Day
Internal & External
Meetings & Presentations
Tribute & Memorial:
DIRECT REFERRAL SERVICE
Tribute & Memorial:
"The event at HVCC had an expected mixed audience so of course it is a challenge to speak but you nailed it. Wonderful messages of support and gratitude were shared internally at the college. The President sent a lovely message as well."
Bob and Cindy Roberts
Proud Gold Star Parents of SGT Kristie Roberts
The bottom-line is that we represent those who cannot represent themselves - our U.S. Servicemembers without a voice, without a physical presence - fellow Americans who have made the ultimate sacrifice - fellow Americans who are were last seen as Prisoners-Of-War, last declared Missing-In-Action.
Today's American can best live up to their legacy by being as good, having the qualities that they predicted, expected, hoped for, swore for, served for, became Missing & Unaccounted For, Died For.