Committee-Publicity

The Publicity Chair and it's committee members are responsible for promoting upcoming events and activities via the local press, radio, TV, and allied organizations in the area and elsewhere, including appropriate use of social media. Where electronic methods of publicity, including Social Media are employed, the Publicity Chair will work with the Chapter Webmaster/Electronics to coordinate those efforts.

Biographical sketches of Chapter meeting speakers will be used for the purpose of preparing publicity and press releases. Announcements of prominent guests and officers who may be attending the meeting will also be included in publicity releases as the need arises.

Articles, including photos pertaining to chapter speakers, meetings, and events will be prepared for distribution to media outlets, and submitted for publication in ASHRAE Insights where applicable.

For more information, please contact the committee chair.
Click on LEADERSHIP PICTURES to find who is the committee chair and their contact info.

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