Happy Thanksgiving – Don't be a Turkey!

When I think of the biggest turkeys in my life, I think of people that took advantage of me. People who say one thing and do another. I just signed up a new public relations client that thoroughly researched my background after our first meeting to make sure I wasn’t a turkey. I am pleased to report, he found out as have other clients that my ...

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PR Student – What they won't teach you in school

PilmerPR has supported our local universities (BYU, UVU, & UofU) by hiring dozens of interns over the years. We are so pleased to have helped launch many successful careers by teaching world-class public relations discipline and best practices.

Here are a couple of tips for new college PR students that you may not hear from the professor:

1) Think like an entrepreneur: How to leverage public relations to drive traffic to the sales funnel
2) Think ROI. Measure everything & be accountable
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UVEF Inducts Eyring Research Institute into Hall of Fame

The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) inducted the Eyring Research Institute into its UVEF Hall of Fame, Thursday, at the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University. Inductees represent individuals and organizations with an enduring legacy of entrepreneurial excellence.

The Eyring Research Institute (ERI) was founded in 1972 by Carlyle Harmon with Dr. Ronald G. Hansen as President. The Institute did consulting work in various areas of contract research in cooperation with Brigham Young University. ERI spawned many high-tech spin-offs, ...

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Brent Brown Toyota Making a Difference in the Community

PilmerPR is pleased to represent Brent Brown Toyota, a quality dealership that not only helps get people on the road, but helps children throughout the Utah Valley community. Brent Brown has made children’s education a top philanthropic priority throughout his years of business, which made Wednesday’s event very special for him.

Brent Brown Toyota participated in Toyota’s “100 Cars for Good” program – ...

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