National Publicist Day Celebrates October 30th with PR Couture

Apartment Seven and PR Couture Host First National Publicist Day Twitter Chat
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BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Oct. 30, 2016 - PRLog -- Founder of National Publicist Day, Jordanna Stephen (Owner and Principal of APARTMENT|SEVEN), will be hosting its first twitter chat with Crosby Noricks, Founder of PR Couture, on October 30th at 6pm EST.

The twitter chat will discuss the topic Collaboration over Competition: How Publicists Can Come Together to Achieve More. Those in the public relations field will be able to participate in the discussion to see how they can positively elevate the industry. Jordanna Stephen will be hosting as APARTMENT|SEVEN, and Crosby Noricks as PR Couture.

National Publicist Day is registered on the National Day Calendar. On this day in Public Relations history, Ivy Lee (also known as the "father of modern PR"), in response to a tragic railroad accident, created the first press release. The New York Times was so impressed with this innovative approach that it printed the press release verbatim in its paper on October 30th, 1906.

To RSVP for the twitter chat, please visit: The hashtag is #NatPubDay.

The official hashtag for National Publicist Day is #NationalPublicistDay.

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APARTMENT|SEVEN is a new bespoke lifestyle PR firm located in New York. Founded in late 2015 by Jordanna Stephen, the firm provides public relations, social media, event planning, and creative services.

About PR Couture

PR Couture is the leading destination for fresh insight into the industry professionals, brands and trends impacting public relations, marketing and social media in the fashion & lifestyle space. Created by fashion PR and marketing expert Crosby Noricks, it has been operating since 2006.

About National Publicist Day

Founded in 2015 by Jordanna Stephen, Owner and Principal of APARTMENT|SEVEN, National Publicist Day is observed on October 30th. On this day in history, the first press release was printed in the New York Times in 1906. National Publicist Day is registered with the National Day Calendar.


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