San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please join us on December 10 to celebrate the season -- and the year -- at the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table 2013 holiday networking luncheon. This much-anticipated annual event will be held at Victor's, high atop the Westin St. Francis Hotel, with a panoramic view of Union Square.
Once again our keynote speakers will be San Francisco Chronicle journalists Phil Matier and Andrew Ross, who will entertain and delight with their insights on the Bay Area's most intriguing stories of 2013.
Enjoy a delicious three-course meal along with premium wines, compliments of the Hess Collection; and bid on extraordinary experiences and items featured in the Silent Auction, from gift baskets and wine to event tickets and unique Bay Area activities. Auction proceeds benefit the Round Table's Philip N. McCombs Scholarship Fund, awarded to students aspiring to careers in public relations.
Seating is limited to 60 members and 30 guests, so reserve your space early.
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San Francisco Public Relations Round Table
The San Francisco Public Relations Round Table welcomes senior members of PR firms and senior-level PR managers in business, professional, trade, non-profit, and government organizations who want to keep in touch with other colleagues in communications. At our regular luncheon meetings in downtown San Francisco we hear from leading local journalists, PR specialists, and practitioners in PR-related fields.We are proud of our tradition of informal exchange with guests from the media, who give us their perspective on trends, issues, and personalities in the news, and with other professionals who share their experience in all aspects of public relations.
If you want to sharpen your professional insights and expand your network of experienced peers, we encourage you to join us at one of our upcoming meetings. Our meetings provide an opportunity for entertaining clients or colleagues, and our annual Holiday Party supports the Public Relations Round Table Scholarship Fund for university students studying public relations.