Georgia Tech-Savannah announces the 2023 schedule for their popular in-person Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA) courses. The educational offerings focus on a variety of relevant topics and important OSHA principles and applications.Continue reading
The Savannah African Art Museum is pleased to participate in the Georgia History Festival’s Super Museum Sunday once again from 12-4 p.m. on February 5, 2023. The museum will offer free self-guided tours around the museum with docents stationed at various points to answer questions and provide information as needed.Continue reading
The British and American media have been full of news about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (aka the Duke and Duchess of Sussex). In case you have been living in a cave, this has centered around last week’s publication of Harry’s memoir Spare and the recent Netflix series about the couple.Continue reading
American Veteran Properties recently welcomed new agent Ashley Kerzner to its team. Like AVP’s other agents, Kerzner is also a veteran, who understands the specific needs and experiences of the clients.Continue reading
Georgia Tech-Savannah recently welcomed Shatealy Sims to their team of Portfolio Managers. Sims has over ten years of higher education experience at Savannah State University, Savannah Technical College, and Savannah College of Art and Design. At Georgia Tech Savannah she is responsible for organizing professional education offerings to all existing and prospective Georgia Tech students, managing program/conference logistics and deliverables, developing budgets and providing revenue forecast information at the portfolio level.Continue reading
Outside Savannah, part of the Outside Brands, has called on the community to support their annual “Recycle Your Jacket” initiative by donating their lightly used jackets, coats, sweaters, and blankets to Old Savannah City Mission. These items can be dropped off at the Outside Savannah retail location, 300 W River Street Unit 6B, from January 16-31.Continue reading
RICHMOND HILL, GA – January 11, 2023 – Lesley Francis Public Relations (LFPR) announces the promotions of team members Kristyn Beasley, Shelby McKee, and Allie Robinson.
Kristyn Beasley, who has been with LFPR for seven years, was elevated from Account Director to Vice President of Marketing. Shelby McKee, who joined the team in 2021, was also promoted from Digital Design Director to Vice President of Digital Design. Allie Robinson, who joined LFPR in 2020 and is a former Account Manager, is now an Account Director at the company.
“I am delighted to announce these well-deserved promotions to such a talented and dedicated team,” LFPR founder and CEO Lesley Francis said. “All of these women have gone above and beyond for LFPR and significantly contributed to our growth in 2022. I am proud to work alongside them.”
LFPR is a growing PR, marketing, and digital agency established by Lesley Francis in 2011. The award-winning firm is based in Richmond Hill, Ga, and currently serves over 25 nonprofit, small-business and education clients spanning in the Coastal Empire and nationally. LFPR offers many services to fulfill every marketing need including media relations, graphic design, crisis management, social media management, website building and maintenance, and much more. For more information, please visit lesleyfrancispr.com and follow them on social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
– ENDS – For media inquiries, please contact Lesley Francis at email@example.com or 912-429-3950, or the team at 912-417-5377.
Mary’s Place: Sexual Assault Center of the Coastal Empire, Inc., formerly known as the Rape Crisis Center, is slated to host their annual fundraising gala at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 7 at Victory North, located at 2603 Whitaker Street in Savannah. This year’s gala will be like no other as the nonprofit organization introduces the inaugural “Find Your Voice” Lip Sync Competition, where teams will compete for a chance to win in a variety of categories.Continue reading
The Savannah African Art Museum has announced this year’s theme of “Honoring and Celebrating” and lineup of upcoming workshops. This will be a three-part series centered around honoring & celebrating ancestors, family traditions, trailblazers, and the earth. Each workshop will be interactive with hands on activities for all participants. The first installment will focus on “Honoring”, with the first event scheduled for January 14 at their Upbeat Village Terracotta Gallery, 201 East 37th Street, Savannah.Continue reading
American Veteran Properties recently welcomed new agent Jenah Wieczorek to its team of real estate professionals who have military connections and an understanding of their needs.Continue reading