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Texas Sentinels Dedicating New Home to Army Sergeant

COLLEYVILLE, TX – The Texas Sentinels Foundation (a 501c3 foundation) will host a formal presentation dedicating a new home to United States Army Sergeant Greg Dotson and his family (a wife and six daughters). The home dedication will take place on Wednesday, June 10 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4704 Slide Road in […]


Yes, Tweets and Selfies Can Boost Your Revenue

The genie is out of the bottle. The world is changing—fueled by an endless stream of tweets and selfies. Today, social media’s emerging power players are Twitter and Instagram. Every day their influence seems to grow exponentially, especially when it comes to marketing. If your practice is still on the sidelines, you are missing valuable […]


MPR Welcomes Ryan Kissinger

Miller Public Relations welcomes Canadian Ryan Kissinger aboard. Ryan serves alongside Michelle Davis, as our medical illustrator and 3-D animator. Originally hailing from the North Shore Mountains on the outskirts of Vancouver, he moved to Texas sight unseen. Ryan started his undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia thinking about 3-D animation but also […]


Getting to Know Your MPR Staff: Michelle Davis

Michelle Davis is a Miller Public Relations medical illustrator and animator. As well as being a consummate professional, Michelle is also generally considered a frontrunner for the Nicest MPR Staff Member crown. I recently sat down with her to gain insight into a few of her favorite things. Hometown: Plymouth, MN Best thing about where […]


Do You Pass the So What Test?

Before you post on social media, first put it through the “So What” test. This is the easiest way to see if your social media is relevant. It’s easy. After every post, ask yourself, “So What?” Many fail at this test. Why? Because the company has only cared about one thing – their own best […]


Welcome to the Blog!

Miller Public Relations has a renowned reputation as a traditional advertising agency. Our roots run deep in the traditional media, long-standing principles and moral guideposts that have helped our agency and our clients thrive through our 15-year history as a firm. Our ways, methods and work ethic are often considered “old-school,” proven over years of […]