November associate of the month

By Becca White                                                                                                                                                                        Account Executive, ImPResions Camille Davis is a freshman public relations major with big plans for her future. Davis first became interested in ImPRessions at the student-involvement fair during opening weekend. She is now on the Athens County Humane Society account which also works with Friendly Paws Pet Supplies & Grooming. “After the first meeting with my account I knew I wanted to stick with it,” Davis said. Davis is interested in non-profit public relations and plans to specialize in education and history. … Continue reading November associate of the month

Athens County Humane Society account works in partnership with Friendly Paws

By Carly Damman                                                                                                                                                                       Associate, ImPRessions Account ImPRessions is happy to announce a new client, Friendly Paws Pet Supplies and Grooming. The Athens County Humane Society account will absorb Friendly Paws as an additional client. Brittany Lambert will be the account executive for both accounts. The current members of the Athens County Humane Society account will now work with their account and with Friendly Paws. … Continue reading Athens County Humane Society account works in partnership with Friendly Paws

ImPRessions to make impact in 2010-2011

By R. Devin Hughes CEO Ohio University students don’t know what is about to hit them next year (though hopefully, with our PR efforts, they will). Last year, ImPRessions took part in its largest event ever, collaborating with the Black Student Council Programming Board, University Programs Council and Backdrop Magazine to put on the first MAYDAY event, a large outdoor concert featuring artists Clipse and Consequence. It was estimated that more than 800 people  attended. The success of this event opened our eyes to our potential to be a part of major campus and community events, an initiative we plan … Continue reading ImPRessions to make impact in 2010-2011