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LFA Business Webinar: Insider's Tips to Put Your Local Business in the Spotlight

For locally owned business, standing out against heftier rivals with bigger budgets is a real challenge. How can you leverage the power of public relations to get your story out there? In the last few years, the rules have changed. It's harder than ever to compete with political news and the latest celebrity gossip. Most reporters get upwards of 300 emails a day from companies just like you. 

Tony Felice, of Felice + Whitney Agency, will cover the basics and some insider tips on how to maximize your news and generate the traffic you need to generate exposure for your company.

When: Tuesday, February 28th from 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Cost: $8 (open to current LFA members. Sustaining Members contact [email protected] to get signed up)

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Note: All webinars are open only to current members. Sustaining Members contact [email protected] to register for this webinar.

Tony's 28-year career has taken him from the halls of the U.S. Congress to the studios of Hollywood California working on public policy, strategy and media relations for large multi-national corporations and small businesses alike.

Previously he was an Associate Partner with Armstrong Troyky, worked in corporate PR for,
Beati Productions, the City of Mesa and in Los Angeles, he managed PR for the New Otani Hotel and Steven Spielberg’s  Manhattan Beach Studios. In Washington, D.C. he led communications for KPMG Peat Marwick/Foster Partners, was a legislative analyst on Capitol Hill for Chrysler Motors and Marketing Director for Robert Half International for D.C.,
Richmond and Baltimore.
Appointed by Mayor Stanton, Tony serves on the Ad-Hoc Committee for FastTrack Cities, he is on the American Institute of Architects Phoenix Advisory Council and serving as Phoenix First Lady Nicole Stanton’s communication advisor for her Dion Initiative, sits on the Leadership Board of Focus On Lyme, is an officer of the Local First Arizona Board, a member of the Pride Fund Advisory Board of the Arizona Community Foundation and formerly served as chair of the Greater Phoenix Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and Phoenix Art Museum Contemporary Art Forum. He was a founding member of the entrepreneurial collaborative co-working space Co+Hoots, located in downtown Phoenix.