Ukrainian Leaders Ask PilmerPR for Tips on Green PR

PilmerPR announced founder John Pilmer met today with Ukrainian government and energy leaders to offer insights into the energy communications challenges facing  that country. Hosted by the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy (UCCD) and as part of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), the visitors are traveling to Utah to examine “Energy Efficiency at the Federal, State and Local Levels”, ...

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Is the EPA's 40th Anniversary Celebration "Green"?

We received an announcement, the other day, from Scott at Eco Active America:

I am pleased to announce that we will be having the EPA’s 40th Anniversary Celebration and Award Event on December 2nd at Club Nokia. We will have celebrities, famous musicians presenting awards and playing music throughout the event. We would love to have your company be part of this event. This is an event not to be missed.

The e-mail goes on to explain why ...

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Super Salmon – Jurassic Park Freak Fish???

My friend and comedian Johnny Biscuit has a very funny skit where he talks about which animals we eat vs which animals we make into pets. One line from that monologue goes something like: “People whine about all those dolphins caught in the tuna nets…what about all the tuna in the tuna nets?!” I love Johnny B, but I share that to make a point about this week’s news ...

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Ensure Your Event is Socially Responsible

Many events claim to be “socially responsible” or “green.” They may use energy-saving lights, use recycled paper, or donate a portion of revenues to a worthy cause. But how much energy is used traveling to the event? Are the green efforts economically sustainable and sensible to stock-holders? How likely are people to attend if you make them jump through hoops?

There is a lot to consider when planning a socially responsible event. Corporate social responsibility and green PR expert ...

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Women Tech Awards – WTC Fills Grand America to Honor Leaders

As Chairman for the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) I today attended a great event to honor world-class leaders. Proving that the “glass ceiling” has been shattered, today’s Women Tech Awards played to a packed room of hundreds at the Grand America in Salt Lake City. Founded and led by the Women Tech Council (WTC), today’s event honored great accomplishment in five areas ...

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Crunch Lunch: 5 Minutes on Corporate Responsibility (CSR)

John Pilmer, President of PilmerPR, addressed Corporate Social Responsibility at the 2010 Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum “Crunch Lunch,” Thursday. The luncheon program allowed each speaker five minutes to “crunch” as much information as he/she could on a topic. Slides advanced automatically every 15 seconds. A two-minute question and answer session followed.

See video of the presentation below or on YouTube:

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Corporate Responsibility on Tap when Pilmer Speaks at Crunch Lunch

[Video of 5 minute presentation in production – posted soon]

SALT LAKE CITY—September 9, 2010—PilmerPR today announced founder John Pilmer will speak today at the UVEF Crunch Lunch event on the subject of “Corporate Responsibility – From the Ground Up,” starting at noon at the Provo Novell campus. The event is open to the public.

“80% of the world’s large companies now produce Corporate Responsibility (CR) ...

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BYU QB Battle overshadowed by Air Force Attack – Who has the edge?

Wow! What a disappointing Week 2. The Air Force brought in a disciplined attack executed with the precision of the Thunderbirds flying team.  In my own game to figure out which QB BYU should ultimately lean on, I would have chosen Riley Nelson, as did the coaching staff. However, Air Force had a laser guided approach to stopping both Nelson and Heaps–and the rest of BYU’s attack. Riley did score 2 more TD’s. So, its Riley 4 Heaps 0 in ...

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