REED Public Relations introduces the COVID-19 Communications Strategy Hotline

by | Mar 26, 2020

COVID-19 is creating uncertainty across the globe, and businesses everywhere are feeling the impact. In this time of confusion, many small businesses owners are sure how, what or when to communicate to their stakeholders—especially when the situation is changing by the minute.

Nashville-based REED Public Relations decided to provide COVID-19 communications counsel at zero cost to businesses who lack this resource. The team will act as a sounding board and provide feedback and input as you work through your communications and marketing challenges associated with this pandemic.

WHY?

REED typically lives out its core value of Give Back through its Be The Good program, which provides travel grants for individuals to do service work around the world. With that program temporarily on hold, the team was tasked with deciding how they want to give back during this time.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

To sign up for a video slot, click here. Each slot is 45 minutes. A member of the REED crisis communications team will meet with you via ZOOM to answer your burning questions and talk strategy.

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