Technical Communication Week

Subject: Technical Communication Week
From: LaVonna Funkhouser <lffunkhouser -at- HALNET -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 1994 17:07:28 -0500

This is a reminder to STC chapter leaders.

Don't forget (I nearly did!) to contact your governor's office
to have the week of October 17 proclaimed "Technical Communication
Week" in your state.

The process is fairly simple. Contact Alan Korwin from Phoenix
for more information. His number is 602/996-4020. Tell him I
sent you. ;) (He's not a big Internet fan.)

It usually takes only a couple of phone calls and the effort
to draft a proclamation; this is made simple because Alan has
a form that you can modify.

What does Tech Comm Week mean? Whatever you and your chapter want
to make of it. Alan has great ideas for publicity. As he wrote,
"Participation can take many forms--speakers, classes, in-house
document displays (a great idea, low-to-no cost, and easy to
sell to management!), school programs, contests, luncheons, happy
hours--the only limit is your imagination."

With the recent techwr-l thread about publicity of the profession,
you should recognize that proclaiming Tech Comm Week is a great

LaVonna Funkhouser
president, Oklahoma Chapter of STC
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com

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