In my years of working in PR from Dallas/Fort Worth, I've met some sour individuals. You know the type? The kind of person that makes the Soup Nazi on 'Seinfeld' seem like a swell guy. It's just par for the course, I suppose.
A couple of years back, HCK2 was thrilled and honored to be part of the parade that brought the Calatrava-inspired Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge to town. We were charged by The Trinity Trust and the City of Dallas to create awareness and a brand for this much ballyhooed concept.
So, a gaggle of us HCK2-ers were hanging at our local eatery - talking, eating, sipping and people watching. And after watching some of those snazzy hipsters in their Yuletide garb, it got us thinking...
It does not take long to realize that pitching your client’s story to reporters is just like trying to get the attention of that cute guy or girl. You gather your information, draft the pitch, click send and wait to see if you hear back from that reporter. But are they interested?
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This musing is from our own Brianna Jackson, who brings up a good point. That, and makes us believe she just went to see 'The Lord of the Rings' trilogy marathon this last weekend. Enjoy.)
I don't think I'm breaking news here, but that Apple company? They're a big deal. Many, in fact, think they are so big...for their britches. It's iEverything now, and no company could be happier about that than Android.