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University Relations announces the launch of an online resource for information regarding the marketing, promotion, and strategy for Pace in Pleasantville.
University Relations has been working closely with the Office of Administration to develop and share new ideas, communication strategies, and methods to promote and market Pace in Pleasantville as part of the University's commitment to Pleasantville. During this process, University Relations established and launched an online resource portal for all things Pleasantville.
This go-to source for information about news, updates, and media coverage will serve as an ever-evolving platform for the internal community—specifically faculty and staff—to use as a guide to knowing what’s happening in Pleasantville.
In addition to keeping the internal Pace Community apprised of exciting news and updates regarding improvements and advances in academics, student life, and community partnerships, University Relations has also developed several marketing plans, talking points, and updates for a variety of initiatives in Pleasantville, including: Kessel Student Center, environmental facilities and programs, academic programs, Alumni Hall, and much more. In the near future, updated campus maps, requested faculty talking points, and a summary of the brand research currently being conducted will also be available on the site.
For more information about Pace in Pleasantville and to view the resource website, click here.
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