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MMI Public Relations Chosen by Duke University

MMI Public Relations will be handling all the public relations and media relations for the 8th annual Fuqua School of Business & Coach K Leadership Conference. The company will use a combination of tactics to gain publicity for their client.

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Should Breast Cancer Awareness Be Sexy?

Is it kosher to use sex to promote breast cancer awareness? The recent video with Aliya-Jasmine Sovan has been causing some serious controversy. Some people think anything goes, others find it terribly offensive, but it has certainly got everyone talking!

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When Breast Cancer Pink is a Scam

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there’s pink everywhere, but is it really worth the purchase? It turns out that some companies don’t really support breast cancer at all, they’re just out to make a quick buck.

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Astro Boy To Spearhead Japan’s FIFA World Cup Bid

In a brilliant PR move Japan brands their World Cup bid with a super here which, by the time 2018 comes around, could be engrained into the hearts and minds of kids everywhere. Astro Boy, the movie, just premiered to rave reviews from all who saw it. For Australia, England, the U.S. and other bidders, the bar has been raised pretty high.

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PR Goof: KH Advertising Announces Panasonic Partnership Months After the Fact

KH Advertising has strengths, obviously, but PR is not one of them – at least not online PR. New media requires new skills. Having a flashy website and some website designs in the portfolio doesn’t automatically convert you into an online PR expert. KH should advise its customers to seek help elsewhere for online PR campaigns. A revision of KH’s own online presence (vis-à-vis information published via own press releases) is mandatory.

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Breast Cancer Awareness: Why Isn’t PR Aimed at Young Women?

Breast cancer awareness campaigns tend to focus on women over 40, but this misses a huge group of women who are diagnosed at a much younger age. Hit during the prime of their fertile years, many are already mothers and have to struggle with a whole different set of worries from those cancer patients already past menopause.