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Moore Consulting Group, one of O’Dwyer’s top 60 public relations agencies in the nation, welcomes 2011 with the opportunity for 11 business, non-profit organizations and government agencies based in the greater Tallahassee area to participate in six exclusive sessions designed to help agencies make the most of their communications efforts. The program, “11 in 2011,” builds on the success of Moore Consulting Group’s “10 in 2010” program, which provided strategic counsel at no cost to 10 organizations. CLICK HERE to apply.

Moore Consulting Group will host bi-monthly meetings at our office for representatives from the 11 selected participants. Sessions will run from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Each class will cover a specific communications area vital to business success, from marketing and branding to social media and networking. The schedule is as follows:

February 23
April 27
June 29
August 31
October 26
December 14

“We saw such great success for our participants in the ’10 in 2010’ program, and we are excited to help even more organizations with ’11 in 2011,’” said Karen Moore, founder and CEO of Moore Consulting Group.  “This program will continue to benefit local area organizations through the utilization of our staff’s communications expertise. When they succeed, so does our entire community.”

With the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce and the Tallahassee Democrat partnering to promote the 11 in 2011 program, selected companies will receive invaluable guidance in achieving their mission, assistance maximizing their resources, senior level communications counsel and the opportunity for media and community exposure.

“We commend Moore Consulting Group for their willingness to provide valuable services to these businesses, and for recognizing the significant impact small businesses make in our community,” said Sue Dick, president of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce.  “The economic future of our community is built on a strong foundation of entrepreneurship and small business competitiveness.”

Organizations interested in participating in this program are encouraged to complete the form available at for a chance to be among the 11 organizations that will be selected.

“It is encouraging to see this program growing, and we look forward to once again being a part of it. Giving back to the business community is one of the important ways we can help strengthen Tallahassee’s economy and ultimately create a more competitive generation of businesses here as well as create jobs in our own community,” said Patrick Dorsey, president and publisher of Tallahassee Democrat and

“We look forward to addressing the communications needs of the businesses and organizations that make up our community,” says Moore. “With everything we learned and developed during ’10 in 2010,’ we are confident that ’11 in 2011’ will reach even greater heights.”

For more information about Moore Consulting Group, visit If you have questions about 11 in 2011 or would like to request a hard copy of the application, e-mail Emily Read at

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