Luncheons are typically held on the second Tuesday of each month
but may vary depending on speaker and location availability.
May 29 - BYOB
PR and the Pig
Curious about the types of programs we host? Click here to see a list of past events.
Event Reservation/Cancellation Policy
Running a marathon is no small feat – whether you’re physically running the 26.2 miles or you’re actually coordinating the event. It takes a lot of effort to pull off a successful Flying Pig marathon each year, and Jackie Reau from Game Day Communications is right in the middle of it! Jackie will give us the lowdown on the PR efforts that support the pig, and specifically will share how their plans and thoughts were altered this year following the tragic events at the Boston Marathon. We’re trying out a new format for this event. It’s a BYOB – Bring Your Own Breakfast. And, it will only take a half hour of your time. And it’s FREE for members (only $5 for non-members)! So start your day off right. We’ll provide interesting information and networking opportunities. You provide your own food. No bacon, please! We don’t want to eat the mascot.
||Wednesday, May 29, 2013
United Way of Greater Cincinnati Fifth Third Convening Center, 2400 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (free parking on site)
7:45 a.m. Doors open
8-8:30 a.m. Program
FREE for PRSA Cincinnati Chapter members
FREE for PRSSA members
$5 for Non-members
by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 24.
Register early ... space is limited!
Click here to register
Reminder: This really is a Bring Your Own Breakfast event – there will not be food/beverage available – so bring your own breakfast!
Reservations are required for events since the location only makes the number
of meals that we order. We cannot guarantee space for walkins. If you require a
vegetarian meal, you need to state this at the time you make your reservation; however, all
vegetarian meals are "Chef's Choice." All meals need to be ordered in advance
and substitutions will not be available the day of the event.
All of our meeting announcements include a reservation deadline and the statement that we cannot accept cancellations after that time. This is because our contract with the location requires us to guarantee the number of meals we need to order at that time. Once we place the guarantee we cannot lower our count. Therefore, we are billed for all meals we order at the time of our deadline whether we end up using them or not.
Our chapter by-laws state that members are responsible for payment of expenses incurred on their behalf by the Chapter when they have indicated their intention to participate in Chapter activities. We understand that scheduling conflicts do arise, clients suddenly appear, people do get sick and sometimes the weather isn’t the best for driving. However, please understand that if you have placed a reservation and not cancelled it by the deadline, so long as the program is held, you are responsible for the cost of your reservation.
AS OF 3/2009:
- All non-member reservations must be prepaid.
- Reservations will not be accepted from anyone owing a balance from a prior event.
If you have any questions regarding this policy, please don’t hesitate to ask Anne Campbell, email@example.com or 513-446-4700.