Kilgour Public Relations Guidelines

Goal – the goal for any story is to write something that puts Kilgour in a positive light.

How to gather the info for a story -  Take along something to write with and get answers to questions below from people involved in the Kilgour project you are covering.

Who? What? When? Where? Why?

Reaction of participants – get quotes from 1-3 people about what this means to them or why they are involved.  Get their names and titles/roles in the project.  i.c.  “This was the best thing I did all year,” said Mikey Dektas, 3rd grader from Hyde Park.

Extra info:  Use your own creativity to include things you think are cool, important, etc…

Photos – Submit the PR story with five good photos, with captions. 

  • Avoid large group shots.
  • Include a couple close ups.
  • All people in photos must be identified unless it's a huge group.

You can take photos with your camera phone, or email one of our two PR volunteer photographers to come with you to the school event to take photos.

Chad Moon, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 513-541-2311

Submit your story to Laure Quinlivan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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