By: Debby Vasquez
We’re asking for your awesome writing for the PRSSA newsletter!
Don’t know what to write?
The articles can be on a range of topics, from “5 Things Not To do During an Interview,” to “How to Survive in Entertainment PR.” It can also be as creative as “5 Things Chocolate and the PR Industry Have in Common." I like going to websites like PRDaily.com and Ragan.com for inspiration and ideas. If you had an internship over the summer, perhaps what you learned at your internship, like 7 PR tips when you are working/interning, etc. If you have some ideas, let me know!
Deadline: Oct. 5
Word Count: 300- 400
Contest: To win a prize and possibly some double points, this newsletter’s theme is Jurassic World:
You work the PR for Jurassic World and you can do 1 of 4 items:
a.) Write a Press Release on the new Indominus Rex before the disaster (info on creature at http://www.jurassicworld.com/dinosaurs/indominus-rex/)
b.) Write a Press Release on the disaster/aftermath (Must have seen movie to write this)
c.) Write a feature press release on Jurassic World and its innovative park and creatures before the disaster (link on info http://www.jurassicworld.com/)
d.) For those into Design, you can also make an ad advertising the park before the disaster
· Must look like a PR release (subhead, headline, boilerplate, source, dateline,etc)
· AP style
· Logo is optional but encouraged
· Examples: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ and https://www.knotts.com/article/media-center/This-Fall-Knotts-Berry-Farm-Will-Debut-An-AllNew-Expanded-Daytime-Family-Friendly-Halloween-Event
· Made up quotes are okay
· City Headline is Isla Nublar, Costa Rica
· Must be Jurassic World and not Jurassic Park
· 300-400 words
· Due Oct. 5
Have Fun and Welcome to Jurassic World.
We set out to make Indominus the most fearsome dinosaur ever to be displayed at Jurassic World. The genetic engineers at our Hammond Creation Lab have more than delivered.
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