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Chessington gave away free family tickets over the Bank Holiday Weekend IF parents locked their phones away for the day!

This is one of the more genius PR stunts I’ve seen and it’s so simple too! There are many people who judge parents for being on their phone too much when they’re meant to be spending time with their kids, so for Chessington to offer parents free entry for them and their kids just to put their phones away – why wouldn’t you do it?! The park posted on social media that they would select 10 families to take...

Immersive experience screenings of It available for ‘lucky’ moviegoers

Horror fans are in for a ‘treat’ as Warner Bros is hosting special screenings of It at London’s Peckhamplex cinema. ‘Lucky’ moviegoers will get the chance to watch the film in a VIP screening on the 6th September, where Pennywise the Clown (violent shudder) will terrorise the audience. If you’re feeling brave, you can apply for tickets via the It Facebook page. There’s also...

John Lewis is opening a replica Star Wars Cantina Bar this weekend

The Cantina Bar from Star Wars is surely up there on the list of ‘movie bars we’d all like to visit’, especially if young Han Solo is going to be there… Well it’s time to check it off your list, because John Lewis is hosting a replica Cantina Bar from 1st-3rd September in its Oxford Street store. The pop-up is to celebrate the launch of ‘Force Friday’ where fans of the...

Dancing Dan stole the show at Notting Hill Carnival with his awesome moves!

If you’ve not heard of Dancing Dan, you’ve clearly been living under a rock without access to Internet, you poor thing. A video of a policeman dancing – or popping and locking – at Notting Hill Carnival was spread all over social media because of his amazing dance moves. The officer, identified as Police Constable Dan Graham, was spotted by an MC on stage dubbing him the ‘undercover raver’ – genius...

Why I’m selling – or retiring – the UK’s #1 PR blog

On the 5th of January 2012, I sent this tweet: Student of/work in PR/social? I’m launching something you may like. Be the first to hear about it: http://t.co/Ab8mLxYV — Rich Leigh (@RichLeighPR) 5 January 2012 That ‘something’ I was launching turned out to be this here site, PRexamples.com. The first ever post was actually this Angry Birds one, in December 2011, as I prepped the site with a few...

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