Day in the life of an intern at MMG as described by Bitmojis

September 12, 2018

By: Andrew Bruce, MarCom Specialist at Morris Marketing Group As an undergrad studying Public Relations at the University of Memphis, the past semesters have given me a wealth of information for understanding what to expect when going into the industry. It wasn’t until my internship at Morris Marketing Group that

Three food brands are using witty tweets to cook up more buzz

July 25, 2018

By: Hayley Grossman, Public Relations Manager at Morris Marketing Group Want to know how to brighten up your feed and avoid the onslaught of heavy news negativity? In a world full of tragedy and heartbreak, there are many who look for humorous twitter accounts to perk up their day and

Day in the life of a PR Specialist as described by Marvel Movie GIFS

May 11, 2018

I have never been a fan of action movies. Growing up in a house full of girls, we had a strict romantic comedy policy. This 25-year old policy all changed when I saw the recent Avenger movie, Black Panther. As I left the movie theatre after Black Panther, I made

The Power of Storytelling Through the Looking Glass

May 10, 2018

Why is it that children’s books are often the most remembered? According to Wired.com, “Kids are drawn to stories that resonate with challenges they’re facing. Authors know that kids seek out tales that present certain compelling themes. Speaking one’s truth, overcoming adversity, enduring tragedy, relying on wit or cleverness, a

Social Media Jedi Masters Are Nailing These 3 Things

May 07, 2018

  Social Media Jedi Masters Are Nailing These 3 Things   “Try not. Do…or do not. There is no try.” ~Yoda, The Empire Strikes Back   You don’t have to be a legendary Jedi Master to be a social media pro, but by adhering to these three guiding principles, you

The Art of Listening: Life Skills for the Business World

March 26, 2018

Communication is at the heart of every business and every relationship, and an important component of being a good communicator is knowing how to listen. While most experts agree that good listening is the key to developing fresh insights and ideas that fuel success, developing good listening skills takes some effort.

Horseshoe Tunica and Tunica Roadhouse Casinos Celebrate Earth Hour by Turning Off Nonessential Lights Last Night

March 25, 2018

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     Horseshoe Tunica and Tunica Roadhouse Casinos Celebrate Earth Hour by Turning Off Nonessential Lights Last Night   Horseshoe Tunica’s iconic sign was turned off in a rare instance for Earth Hour   TUNICA, Miss., March 25, 2018 – Horseshoe Casino & Hotel and Tunica

Social Media Metrics: Why Impressions and Engagements Matter

March 19, 2018

There are a ton of buzzwords thrown around when you read and discuss social media strategies and metrics. So many so that it’s easy to be intimidated by the jargon so let us help by discussing the difference in social media engagements and impressions. Social media platforms such as Facebook

Loyalty Programs Should Make Sense for Customers and Cents for You

March 12, 2018

You’ve heard it a million times; keeping current customers is easier than acquiring new ones. That’s why crafting a well-designed loyalty program that makes sense for your customers should also add more “cents” to your bottom line. Loyalty programs are important for several reasons. Two of the most important are:

Public Relations Lessons From College Football and Social Media

March 05, 2018

Developing a solid public relations strategy on the front end could pay huge dividends when negative public opinion goes against your organization and the decisions you make. The challenge is when your brand is damaged; making controversial decisions will most always work against you. To begin with a football analogy,