CPRS Calgary

CPRS Calgary

June 11, 2010 10:04 ET

Summer Social and Networking Event Following CPRS Calgary's AGM

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - June 11, 2010) - Calgary's chapter of the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) is hosting a summer social and networking event immediately following the organization's annual general meeting at the Vue Café. The Vue Café is located in the Virginia Christopher Fine Art Gallery on 11th Ave SW. Doors open at 5:00pm; meeting begins at 5:30pm with the gallery closing at 8pm.

Chapter news and updates, as well as future organizational plans, will be discussed at the AGM, which is open to both members and non-members. Only members in good standing can vote. CPRS will host a summer social and networking event immediately following the meeting. The social is a chance for public relations professionals to meet and network while exchanging ideas and best practices.

"This is a great opportunity and venue for Calgary's PR community to connect again before dispersing for the summer," says the Calgary chapter president, Dan Muys.

To RSVP, visit www.cprscalgary.com. Further details are below:

Place: Vue Café, 816 11th Ave SW
Date: Thursday, June 17th
Time: After work, 5pm – 8pm
Dress code: Business casual
Cost: CPRS Members – free
  Non-members - $25
RSVP: https://securegs.com/cprs/

About CPRS Calgary:

The Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) is a uniquely Canadian association of public relations professionals. CPRS Calgary, formed in 1958, is the local member society representing some of the brightest and most talented communications professionals in the city. CPRS Calgary strives to support public relations professionals at every stage of their career. There's an increasingly strong student membership presence in CPRS Calgary, and an outstanding list of professional development events held September through June. For more information on the organization, visit http://www.cprscalgary.com/

About Virginia Christopher Fine Art Gallery (from the website): Virginia Christopher opened her gallery, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, in 1980. She is a product of fine art departments of University of Alberta and ACAD in the late 50s and early 60s. The personal and professional contacts gained during these years and with her marriage to contemporary artist Ken Christopher ensured the success of this venture. Now, almost a quarter-century later the gallery represents many of Western Canada's most successful contemporary artists.

Contact Information

  • CPRS Program & Professional Development Committee
    Julie McLaughlin
    403.991.5823 or Cell 403.441.2127
    www.cprscalgary.com