How to Fire Up Your Fourth Of July Party

How to Fire Up Your Fourth Of July Party

Let freedom ring! The best day of the summer, aka the Fourth of July, is quickly approaching and if the day involves fireworks, patriotic songs, and celebrating Lady Liberty, you can count us in. Light a sparkler and put on your fave Old Navy tee because we’re celebrating this national day with some last-minute tips for throwing a supreme star-spangled soiree. 

From the Desk of: Dani Muller, Junior Publicist

From the Desk of: Dani Muller, Junior Publicist

Okay, so while I may not have a compelling story of wisdom from lessons I’ve learned over a long-standing career in the industry, I have known that I’ve wanted to be in PR since 2012 (as I was eagerly driving the streets of Fresno with my learner’s permit), when ABC’s Scandal premiered. Bear with me. Watching Olivia Pope, crisis manager and “fixer” for political scandals, inspired me - I realized that I could share people’s stories and support something that I really believed in through PR. I was in.

How We Turned an Empty Box into a Collaborative Workspace, and Why

How We Turned an Empty Box into a Collaborative Workspace, and Why

Over the past few years, the RPM PR team has grown (#blessed). So much so, that we needed to upgrade our office space to make room for our creativity to blossom and magic to brew. As a closely knit team that takes a holistic approach to each of our clients, we all have our hands on projects in order to produce quality work. When looking for our next office, we knew it had to complement our culture and our creative style.

From the Desk of: Cece Quinn, Freelance Copywriter and Brand Strategist

From the Desk of: Cece Quinn, Freelance Copywriter and Brand Strategist

In 2010, I was on the cusp of embarking on my professional life after college. I was still living in my college town - the charming Oxford, Mississippi - and working a couple of day jobs (being a barista is something everyone should try once). It was the height of the Great Recession, and open positions at big companies were sparse.