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It’s Just PR

It’s Just PR was held in Atlanta, Georgia this past Saturday by Publicist Deidre Palode. The event was sponsored by YJLM, LLC and The League Tavern. It’s Just PR was an industry lunch and learn panel for those looking to get in the PR and/or media field or to reach the next level in their career path. The event was also open to entrepreneurs who were looking to brand themselves.
Panelists were Rolling Out’s Editor in Chief Yvette Caslin, Chivonne Hyppolite of Abstract Elements Events, Purpose Producer Georgia Dawkins, Publicist Jasmine Murray of JMPR, LLC, Brand Specialist Isaac Hamm of im3Media, Multimedia Talent Jae Nash, Publicist David Robinson of The David Brand, Fox 5 Atlanta Anchor Marissa Mitchell and Publicist Candice Nicole of Candice Nicole PR.
The event was full of aspiring publicists, journalists, bloggers, reporters and overall creative individuals. If you are looking to get a good start in this field or looking to elevate you need to be following It’s Just PR all the way.
“I created It’s Just PR because I am tired of hearing about bad experiences from “publicists”. I want to raise up a generation of great PRofessionals who are determined to be QUALIFIED, DEPENDABLE, EQUIPPED and EAGER for their clientele. I also want people especially business owners to know what exactly PR is and how vital it is to help grow their business.” says It’s Just PR Creator Deidre Palode.
To learn more visit and be sure to download the new E-book “It’s Just PR: Mini Guide to Becoming A Great Publicist” on Amazon Kindle. Follow @itsjustpr and @deidrepalode on Instagram.

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