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Crisis Communications Plan for Labette Center for Mental Health Services Inc. Crisis Communications Plan Team Department of Communication Studies Fort Hays State University Dr. Qingjiang Yao Written July 22, 2013 Crystal Chang Lulu Yu Monica Simpson         … Continue reading

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Case Study – Coca Cola

Monica M. Simpson Case Study – Coca Cola Twitter Message Response COMM 642 – Crisis Management and Strategies July 18, 2013   Coca Cola     Background:  Coca-Cola Company was created in 1886 by an Atlanta pharmacist by the name … Continue reading

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Additional thought on Exxon Valdez – Going Past Exxon Crisis Communication

As I was sitting here contemplating writing my case study for the Haagan Daz and the Honey Bees, I began thinking about another very important public relations campaign that was tied to the Exxon Valdez oil spill.  This campaign, however … Continue reading

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Group Project

Does the rest of the class have any ideas regarding finding members for the group project?

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Crisis Management Summer 2013 Introduction

My name is Monica Simpson.  I studied at FHSU at the beginning of my college career and then eventually transferred to Pittsburg State University to receive my Bachelor of General Studies, emphasis in Communications/Public Relations.  I am in the first … Continue reading

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Group 4 Crisis Communication Plan for NW-SCC

CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS PLAN Created 7/27/12 by DANCE ADAMS LYNN LUIG KYMBERLY ROBINSON TIANTIAN ZHAO Crisis Team Members President, Dr. Humphrey Lee Vice President of Instruction, Dr. Glenda Colagross Public Information Officer, Trent Randolph Associate Dean, Charles Taylor Associate Dean, Dr. … Continue reading

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Coca Cola

Natalie Fisher Crisis plan 4 20 July 2012 Coca Cola Background: Coca Cola started out as an experiment in Atlanta Georgia in 1886 by a guy who went by the name of John Pemberton. Mr. Pemberton only sold around 9 … Continue reading

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