NewmanPR Blog

The Phenomenon of ‘Outrage Culture’

One of our clients recently dealt with a situation aboard one of its cruise ships, in which guests inserted themselves into an alleged accident that did not involve a family member or a guest from their party. However, by inserting themselves on social media, posting... read more

The Trouble with Travel Industry Awards

The public relations business thrives on awards, or, more accurately, the awards business thrives on public relations. Clients love receiving awards and so public relations practitioners are willing to spend time and sometimes money to “win” them. Three recent awards... read more

ASTA and Costco Compete for PR

Last week the “Today” show aired a segment about how to save money when booking a spring break getaway. The secret? Book through Costco Travel, a membership club that charges $55 per year to consumers for the privilege of shopping for commodities at a... read more

Travel Survey Results Should Concern Cruise Lines

Morning Consult recently released “The State of American Travel 2018,” a nationwide survey of 2,200 adults. The title of the survey conveys a sense of comprehensiveness and breadth that the report itself does not actually display, and some of the methodology and... read more

Measuring Brand Perception and the Effect of PR

NewmanPR’s Buck Banks was interviewed for this article written by Jenna Seter for Clutch, which provides third-party evaluations for agencies that provide professional services. It’s an interesting study of the intersection of brand perception and public... read more

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