to California’s only professional association especially for communications professionals. Because good government requires good communicators.
CAPIO counts among its 300+ members the communications, marketing and outreach staff of cities, school districts, counties, water and air pollution control districts, parks and open space districts, private PR firms, municipal television channels, police and fire departments, and more—professionals who handle public information and communications duties for these agencies and organizations.
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- Winter Mega Mixer
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Join fellow Northern California CAPIO members for the Winter Mega Mixer, the largest communications networking event for communications pros in the area. This free and fun networking event will be held at Florez Bar & Grill (5900 S. Land Park Drive, Sacramento). Mix and and mingle with members of CAPIO, Public Relations Society of America Sacramento Chapter, Social Media Club of Sacramento, Sacramento Public Relations Association, Sacramento Ad Club, and American Marketing Association, Sacramento Valley.
The event is free, but a charitable monetary donation or canned food item for the River City Food Bank is suggested. For each donation of $5 or a canned item, you’ll receive a raffle ticket.
Space is limited, so register today!!
- Mingle Bells 2014
Wednesday, December 17
4 to 8 pm
Mission Inn Hotel and Spa
3649 Mission Inn Ave.
It’s CAPIO’s largest Southern California networking event for communications, public relations, marketing, and advertising professionals for the year! Join the Public Relations Society of America – Inland Empire (PRSA-IE), the American Advertising Federation of the Inland Empire (AAF-IE), California Association of Public Information Officers (CAPIO), and the American Marketers Association of the Inland Empire (AMA-IE) as we celebrate with like-minded communication professionals a year well done, meet the new leadership of each association, and hear what’s coming up in 2015.
Members and non members are encouraged to attend. We expect more than 100 people again this year so don’t forget your business cards.
We hope all attendees reconnect with old friends, network with potential partners, and perhaps meet students looking for internship opportunities. Last year was a tremendous success and we can’t wait to see you there.
Ticket includes light appetizers and a drink ticket. A cash bar will be available. Parking is difficult and expensive due to the Festival of Lights at The Mission Inn. This is part of why we’re starting early and have a short program. We recommend parking around the Mission Inn or at close-by lots. You’ll have to pay for one hour. Otherwise, valet and structure parking is expensive. So join us early!
$35 Member Meeting Ticket
$30 Earlybird rate before Dec. 15
$40 Non-Member meeting ticket
$35 Earlybird rate before Dec. 15
$30 Student Meeting Ticket
$25 Earlybird rate before Dec. 15