Learn how to write great press releases


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MILFORD — Are you sending out press releases but they are not being picked up by the media? Do you want to learn another way to promote your business, nonprofit organization or event? Would you like to improve upon your press release writing skills?

Join Tim Sohn, founder/CEO of Sohn Social Media Solutions, on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Pike County Chamber of Commerce Office, 209 E. Harford St., Milford, Pa., for "5 Tips for Writing a Great Press Release."

Sohn has worked as both a public relations/marketing professional as well as a journalist in editing and copy-editing roles and has made decisions about what content gets into newspaper/magazine/website media outlets. He knows what it takes to get picked up by the media.

This workshop is appropriate for anyone interested in learning how to write great press releases to promote their business, nonprofit organization or event.

The workshop is complimentary, and light refreshments will be served. Bring business cards to share with other attendees.

To RSVP, contact Sohn at tim@sohnsocialmediasolutions.com or call 570-559-7224.
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