Stephanie Kruse will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Public Relations Society of America Sierra Nevada Chapter’s Silver Spike Awards on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Stephanie has been an ambassador for the public relations and communications industry for more than 30 years — and we’re beyond proud of her.
The 29th annual event will highlight the best public relations practices, communications campaigns and professionals in the northern Nevada community. This will be the third Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the chapter, from which Stephanie has already received the Gold Spike Community Excellence Award and Public Relations Hall of Fame Awards.
Stephanie opened her firm in 1991 and since then, has become a pillar of communications excellence in the industry. Her dedication to her craft, community and company inspires us every day. Here’s to you, Stephanie!
If you’d like to know more about our founder, president and chief strategist, you can learn all about her here.
If you are interested in celebrating with Stephanie and KPS3, we encourage you to attend the PRSA Silver Spike Awards:
PRSA, Sierra Nevada Chapter
Silver Spike Awards
5-8 p.m., Thursday, November 19th
Peppermill Resort Hotel
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