25th Hour "An Evening Cruise on the Riverwalk" Sunday March 24th in San Antonio, TX


Please join us for our Client Appreciation Event "An Evening Cruise on the Riverwalk" in San Antonio, TX on Sunday, March 24th. We will meet at the Hilton Palacio Del Rio in San Antonio at 7:45 p.m. and cruise the river in our own personal riverboat. Please RSVP to info@25comm.com  We do hope you will join us so we can say "Thank You' for your business and your continued support and friendship.

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ACCCA Annual Conference

Like its predecessors, this ACCCA Annual Conference in sunny Rancho Mirage, CA did not disappoint! 25th Hour’s very own Jennifer Aries and Trish Lamantia were on the ground all three days. They met dozens of new faces from across the country, shared laughs, stories, and introduced new faces to the marketing and public relations power house that is 25th Hour Communications.

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25th Hour Releases client centered digital marketing analytics dashboards!

25th Hour Communications is the leading community and technical college marketing agency now offering our clients the capability to have a fully customized, real time, digital campaign dashboard! This feature includes up to the minute analytics for all active digital campaigns. Each dashboard is customized and password protected. Ask us how you can receive this unique capability today!

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NCMPR District 1 Annual Convention

25th Hour Communications staff will be attending NCMPR’s District 1 annual convention, Nov. 5-7 in Annapolis, MD. We will be on hand, doing live demonstrations of new capabilities being rolled out to clients across the country. Pay attention to your email for a special offer from us! See you soon!

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“Hi Boss!” or How to Welcome a New CEO - by Peter Anning, VP of Creative Services, 25th Hour Communications

It happens in every Community College — sometimes frequently, sometimes not, but eventually. The old President or superintendent leaves, a new one is hired, and you and/or your associates are tasked with welcoming the new leader. Big college or small; formal or informal, here are some pointers to consider to make that transition a good one for the new ‘top dog’ as well as everyone else.

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