DobsonPR Offers Summer PR Entry Program for Small-to-Medium Size Organizations

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Dobson Communications offers the DobsonPR Summer Entry Program in June and July for organizations to utilize effective public relations to enhance brand values.

The DobsonPR program makes the services of JHD-Dobson Video studios and crew available at discounted rates for media interview coaching, production of advertising, infomercials and website content.

DobsonPR.com announced the “DobsonPR Summer Entry Program to cost effectively help small and medium sized organizations enhance brand values by communicating through the news media,” said Brian Dobson, of Dobson Communications, a full service PR company.

The DobsonPR Summer Entry Program is available in June and July.

Barbara Green, Vice President of DobsonPR.com said, “Many executives tend to think in terms of advertising and trade shows or mailings and presentations to deliver their important messages, but DobsonPR can help them reach into the media and gain important visibility for their products and services.”

Gwyneth Dobson, Consultant to DobsonPR, “Public relations is a vital marketing tool to elevate a company’s profile, enhance brand values of products and services and build reputations for quality, and the DobsonPR entry program is designed to give organizations a start in that positive direction.”

Hugh Daly, award winning Director of Photography and Partner of JHD-Dobson Video, a joint venture of DobsonPR and Daly's JHD Productions, said, “The DobsonPR program makes the services of JHD-Dobson Video studios and crew available at discounted rates for media interview coaching, production of advertising, infomercials and website content.”

DobsonPR.com is based in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and JHD-Dobson Video is based at JHD Productions’ studios in Deer Park, New York.

Dobson Communications has represented local, national and global brands, including Takeda, Japan’s largest pharmaceutical and nutritional company, Chase Chemical, Pharmacaps in nutrition. In licensing, DobsonPR was PR agency for the licensor of the phenomenally successful Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the 1990s and the licensor of Dragon Ball Z in the early 2000s, among many others from Gumby to Casper and more. The company represented the European Licensing Group; Sunshine Biscuits, Reader’s Digest, technology companies from Oki America to Zerco, greeting card companies Paramount Cards and CardSmart, Thomas Equipment, Green Cross and many others, including philanthropic organizations such as The DeWitt Wallace Readers Digest Fund and Alleghany College in education.

Dobson Communications, based in Ridgefield, CT, and online at http://www.DobsonPR.com, is a marketing communications and issues management and Crisis PR full service public relations firm, also has a complete video production studio through JHD-Dobson Video in Deer Park, NY. For information about DobsonPR.com contact Barbara Green at 203-894-9240 or Barbara_Green (at) DobsonPR (dot) com.

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