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Send Us Your News – Submit a Press Release

We welcome press releases about your company and staff.

Company in the News: news about corporate events, new technologies, project awards, etc. 
 
People in the News: new hires, promotions, awards, changing jobs, etc. (must be 150 words or less)
 
Some simple guidelines to follow:
 
IMPORTANT
Identify your press release as Company in the News or People in the News and follow these simple guidelines:
 
1. Your news must be relevant to our newsletter.
2. Submit as a word document or pdf on company letterhead.
3. Have a compelling title.
4. Include in your first paragraph: who, what, where, when and why (if possible).
5. Promoting an event? Submit at least 2 weeks prior to date of the event.
6. Make sure your information is accurate, with proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
7. If possible, include a short paragraph at the end of the release containing background information about your company. This might include a synopsis of the activities of your company, how long in business, and any area of expertise.
8. Provide contact person's name, e-mail address and phone number.
 
 
Submit via e-mail to: info@paceworx.com   
 
We will review your request and contact you with any questions we may have. 
If you have any questions beforehand, please contact us at info@paceworx.com or call Mary Ellen at 860-598-4522. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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