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Issue 243, August 24, 2016 Newsletter
In this issue...

Feature Story
Sign up for Spoken Word training in the Houston or Dallas areas

Other Stories
♦ TSPRA members at NSPRA
♦ Front page photo contest
♦ Sponsor spotlight

Congratulations,
Upcoming Events
and MORE!home newspaper

GOOD TO KNOW

A Claim, a Fact, a Benefit 

Here's a method that will help you write a good single-point message. It should contain a claim, a fact and a benefit. For example:
 
Claim: The new reading curriculum has had proven success across the country.
 
Fact: It has raised reading scores by a minimum of 22 percent.
 
Benefit: As a result, we expect similar gains in reading competency for our students.

- Jim Dunn, APR, president of
Jim Dunn & Associates,
Liberty, Mo., and an NSPRA past president

TSPRA Tweets

TSPRA Austin

RT @APStylebook: AP Style tip: i.e. is the abbreviation for the Latin id est or that is (to say). Always followed by a comma.

by TSPRA Austin

TSPRA Austin

RT @APStylebook: AP Style tip: Unique means one of a kind. Do not describe something as rather unique, most unique or very unique.

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