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On3PR makes news for our clients. Whether it’s opinion editorials, letters to the editor, and one-on-one interviews with Florida’s respected journalists, or a digital campaign to propel your message to the right audiences, here you’ll find how we’re generating headlines.

Former Gov. Rick Scott Deputy Communications Director McKinley Lewis Joins Kendra Parson, Laura Rambo at Award-Winning Firm

(Tallahassee, Fla.) – Christina Johnson, president and founder of On 3 Public Relations (On3PR), today announced the addition of McKinley Lewis as part of the On3PR team. McKinley will serve as Senior Vice President of Accounts. He joins Kendra Parson and Laura Rambo as part of the woman-owned and woman-certified firm, now celebrating its 11-year anniversary. McKinley most recently served …Read More

Christina Johnson on March 11, 2019
August Campaign Finance Report Now Available

-One Year Out to August 18 Primary Election- On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) has updated its campaign finance report to include all campaign contributions, loans and expenditures through August 31, 2019. Candidates had until midnight, Tuesday, September 10 to post the ‘M8’ report to the Division of Elections website. With less than one year until the August 18, 2020 primary election …Read More

Christina Johnson on September 11, 2019
When it comes to flood risk, more data equals better decisions | Column

Opinion Editorial by Amanda Bryant Tampa Bay Times August 26, 2019 In the fight to enhance consumer protections, there is no argument – more information is always better than less, or none at all. This simple and common-sense statement applies regardless of circumstance but is especially true when families seek to secure what is arguably their largest and most important …Read More

Christina Johnson on August 26, 2019
As flood threat grows, Florida must put homebuyers first and require flood risk disclosure

Opinion Editorial by Guy McClurkan South Florida Sun Sentinel August 8, 2019 The climate is changing, and it has become abundantly clear that Florida is going to be badly damaged in the decades ahead. With the state experiencing increasingly devastating effects of severe tropical weather and frequent flooding in some neighborhoods, there has never been a more important time for …Read More

Christina Johnson on August 8, 2019
Ygrene Praises Gov. DeSantis Appointment of Dr. Julia Nesheiwat as Florida’s First Chief Resilience Officer

For Immediate Release: Friday, August 2, 2019 (Tallahassee, Fla.) – Ygrene Energy Fund, Florida’s leading provider of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, today praised Governor Ron DeSantis’ environmental leadership and appointment of Dr. Julia Nesheiwat as Florida’s first Chief Resilience Officer. As directed by Governor DeSantis, Dr. Nesheiwat will be responsible for preparing Florida for the environmental, physical, and …Read More

Christina Johnson on August 2, 2019
Accurate census count could mean billions more for Florida: ‘You can’t overstate its importance’

Stephen Hudak Orlando Sentinel July 31, 2019 | 5:46 PM Central Florida has been shortchanged by the federal government for decades because past census surveys undercounted people living here, elected leaders said Wednesday in a plea to boost participation and collect a more accurate tally of Sunshine State residents next year. (…) Demings and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer were joined …Read More

Christina Johnson on July 31, 2019
LETTER: DeSantis helps keep Florida fishing

LTE by Gary Jennings Panama City News Herald July 21, 2019 On July 10, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis proclaimed July as Keep Florida Fishing Month during his remarks at the American Sportfishing Association’s International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades in Orlando. This declaration, along with his bold vision for a brighter future budget, illustrates his understanding of the important role …Read More

Christina Johnson on July 21, 2019
It’s homeowners who suffer

Letter to the Editor by Richie Kidwell Sunday, July 21, 2019 We couldn’t agree more that residents are the ones to suffer after a storm, caught in a longtime feud between insurance carriers and trial attorneys, hoping to be made whole. Unfortunately, homeowners being left to battle with their insurance carriers is only going to become more prevalent now that …Read More

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Ron DeSantis Designates July as Keep Florida Fishing Month

Florida Daily July 11, 2019 On Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis spoke at the International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades (ICAST) in Orlando and designated July as “Keep Florida Fishing Month.” DeSantis weighed in on the importance of fishing in the Sunshine State. “The protection of our vital water resources is one of the most pressing issues facing our state, and …Read More

Christina Johnson on July 11, 2019
Leon County and City of Tallahassee Elected Leaders Join Florida TaxWatch to Announce Efforts to Increase Participation in the 2020 Census

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 10, 2019   TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Today, Florida TaxWatch (FTW) along with elected leaders from Leon County and the City of Tallahassee highlighted the need for community participation in the 2020 Census. As the third largest and fourth fastest growing state in the country, the upcoming Federal Census count will be more important to the Sunshine State …Read More

Christina Johnson on July 10, 2019
Artist, Exoneree Valentino Dixon Launches Art of Freedom Foundation in Florida

For Immediate Release: Tuesday, July 9, 2019 (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) – Artist and exoneree Valentino Dixon today announced the launch of the Art of Freedom Foundation. The foundation is established with the national mission to unite humanity, shine a light on injustice, work with local, state, and federal lawmakers to achieve prison and sentencing reform, and champion the voices …Read More

Christina Johnson on July 9, 2019
Florida’s flood, storm risk shows value of programs Like PACE | Opinion

Opinion Editorial by Mike Lemyre Special to the Sun Sentinel June 24, 2019 Earlier this month, CoreLogic released its 2019 Storm Surge Report — a sobering collection of data detailing the incredible threat that storm surge poses to Florida and a reminder of the immediate need to get prepared and invest in resiliency. According to the report, more than 7.3 …Read More

Christina Johnson on June 24, 2019
How the Patient Savings Act will work

Letter to the Editor by Rep. Paul Renner Miami Herald June 20, 2019 Healthcare costs continue to rise, squeezing personal budgets and threatening the finances of many Floridians. Working with Gov. Ron DeSantis, the Florida Legislature passed major healthcare reforms, like the Patient Savings Act, that arm patients with information about healthcare costs and quality and provide new tools to save …Read More

Christina Johnson on June 20, 2019