Learn how to communicate in a crisis; few seats remain
Is your agricultural retail operation prepared to handle the media and public reaction in the event of an accident, fire or spill? If a reporter showed up at your facility as the result of a crisis situation, are you prepared to respond?
Learn how to plan for and manage media and public relations in an emergency during the ARA Crisis Management & Media Training program. The workshop, Aug. 6-8 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, is limited to 16 participants. Only three seats remain. View the agenda.
This program is sponsored by FMC and CHS and led by communications experts with experience dealing with mainstream press and crisis situations: Lani Jordan, Director of Corporate Communications for CHS, and Lindsay Strand, President of Lindsay Strand Associates, Inc.
ARA Members: $550
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