RGA Offers Newspaper Training Program


Class will cover the basics of good interviewing and news reporting.

Jim Thorpe, PA — Rick Grant & Associates (RGA), a public relations and marketing communications firm that specializes in emerging media to tell customer success stories, is offering a Newspaper Training Program on Thursday, November 11, 2010, from 6-8 PM. The program is aimed at adults who have always wanted to write for the local paper but do not have the skills or contacts to get their material printed.

“Being a good newspaper reporter requires a willingness to be objective and observant,” said Rick Grant, Principal of RGA. “Participants in our newspaper class are going to learn what it takes to cover local news and sell what they write to local papers. We’ll talk about what it takes to be a good reporter and provide tips for getting published immediately.”

The class will be held at the RGA office located at 47 Broadway, Suite 201. The cost is $25 per person. Space is limited and the class will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for the class, please call the RGA office at 570-325-2818 during business hours.

Rick Grant has been a reporter and editor for more than 25 years. He currently writes for Times News, Journal of Penn Forest Township and a number of national publications.

About Rick Grant & Associates
Founded in 2007, Jim Thorpe, Pa.-based Rick Grant & Associates (RGA) provides business leaders with customized strategic messaging solutions designed to establish strong market presence, expand company awareness and significantly increase sales and revenue. The RGA team provides customers with creative communication strategy designed to tell the stories that best complement existing marketing initiatives. To learn more about the company, visit http://www.rga-pr.com.