FPRA Ocala Chapter
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2017 Mid-Florida Local Image Awards
Roundup your best public relations programs and enter the 2017 Mid-Florida Local Image Awards. Only the best cowboys and cowgirls will take home the top honors. Entry deadline is March 17, 2017 at 11:59 EST.
Wilton F. Martin Communicator of the Year Awards (2017)
Since 2005, the Wilton F. Martin Communicator of the Year Awards have recognized individuals and institutions who have demonstrated excellence in strategic communications to improve the quality of life in Marion County. Nominees and award winners will be honored by the Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) in April at the chapter’s Wanted: Excellence in Public Relations awards. Nominees do not have to be members of FPRA, but must exemplify the highest professional standards in the communications field. Nominees may include businesses, nonprofits, journalists, educators, community/civic leaders and professionals from allied fields, including advertising and marketing.
About our Chapter
The Ocala Chapter of the Florida Public Relations Association builds better public relations practitioners and communicators through professional development, networking opportunities and ethical practices.
Formed in 1980, the chapter boasts a strong membership representing nearly every industry in the area, including: government, associations, nonprofit, education, healthcare, legal, corporate, retail, agencies and small business. Members are committed not only to the betterment of our profession but also to our community through a number of community service projects held each year.