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The Southern Public Relations Hall of Fame was established in 2010 to recognize the distinguished accomplishments, commitment and leadership of professional public relations practitioners and educators from the southeastern United States, for the benefit of promoting the public relations profession. Inductees are current and former southern public relations practitioners or educators who have brought honor to the field of public relations.
For more information, contact Hall of Fame Chair Caron Blanton, APR, SPRF Past President, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for more information about members of the Southern Public Relations Hall of Fame.
Click here to nominate a public relations practitioner living in the U.S. Southern Region for the Hall of Fame.
Induction into the Hall is intended to identify leaders in our industry who should be recognized and honored for their extraordinary achievements, accomplishments and contributions to their organizations, communities and the public relations profession.
The Hall is co-sponsored by SPRF and the Mississippi State University Department of Communications and is permanently installed outside the John Grisham Room inside in the Mitchell Memorial Library on the campus of Mississippi State University in Starkville.
Hall of Fame candidates must be SPRF members to be considered for selection, but a membership application may be submitted along with the Hall of Fame nomination form, and the waiting period will be waived.
Criteria for selection includes 25 years or more of professional experience by candidates who:
Inductees of the 2013 Southern Public Relations Hall of Fame were recognized in a ceremony at the John Grisham Room of Mitchell Memorial Library on the campus of Mississippi State University in Starkville. Pictured left to right, Ken Hair of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. (2012 inductee); Sherry Harlow, APR, of Fort Walton Beach, Fla. (2011 inductee); Betsie Gambel of New Orleans, La.; Renie Saucier of Alexandria, La., accepting on behalf of her late husband, Charles "Chuck" Saucier; Caron Blanton, SPRF president; Carol Mann, APR, of Mobile, Ala.; Tony Bahou of Jackson, Miss., PRAM Central president, accepting on behalf of the late Neal W. Cirlot; and John Wittig, PhD, APR, of Hoover, Ala.
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