It's time for the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table to up its game. We want to hear from you about what kinds of programs you would be interested in attending, what keeps you from attending, what you would like to get out of the organization and how you can contribute your skills and expertise to making the club a vital force in the Bay Area's PR community. It will only take you a few minutes to go through the survey, and you can skip questions that don't seem relevant to you. We appreciate your responding by August 31, 2017. Thank you in advance for taking the time to help shape the future of the SF PR Round Table. Note: If you would like to be entered into the raffle to win a free PR Round Table lunch, please provide your name and contact information under Question 18.

* 1. Rank from 1 to 5 the reasons you joined San Francisco Public Relations Round Table, assigning #1 to your top reason, #2 to your second most important reason, etc.

* 2. Name a few of the most memorable speakers you’ve heard at a Round Table luncheon over the past couple of years and why they appealed to you.

* 3. Over the past year, how many PR Round Table lunches did you attend?

* 4. What prevents you from attending more PR Round Table regular monthly lunch programs? (Check all that apply.)

* 5. The holiday party is the club's main fundraising event for the year. Do you have suggestions for improving the experience for members?

* 6. What other public relations/marketing/communications organizations do you belong to? (Check as many as apply.)

* 7. How would you prefer to engage with other San Francisco PR Round Table members? (Check as many as apply.)

* 8. What type of information are you interested in getting from or sharing with other members? (Check as many as apply.)

* 9. How often do you look at the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table's website?

* 10. Which of the following types of information would you be interested in reading on the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table website or social media streams, and sharing with colleagues or clients? (Check as many as apply.)

* 11. The annual scholarship program is a central part of the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table's purpose and identity. What would you recommend to make this program more impactful?

* 12. Would you be interested in serving as a mentor for a newcomer to the public relations field if it required five hours a month of your time?

* 13. If you have not participated on a committee or board role in the past three years, what has kept you from participating? (Check as many as apply.)

* 14. What could we add to our program to engage our members more, and/or attract new members?

* 15. Do you have connections to potential high-profile lunch program speakers in the public relations realm? If so, we would appreciate your sharing their names here; we will contact you to follow up on these leads. 

* 16. What can SFPRRT do to fill a need, or add something to your professional life, not currently being delivered by other organizations?

* 17. Rate the quality of the club's programs over the last couple of years, with five stars being the best rating.

* 18. Would you like to be entered into the raffle to receive a free PR Round Table lunch? If so, please provide your name, title, company and contact info (email, phone numbers) here.

* 19. Do you have a colleague or two whom you would like to recommend for membership in the San Francisco Public Relations Round Table? If so, we would appreciate your listing them here with their contact info.

* 20. Would you like to be contacted by a PR Round Table board member to discuss your answers to this survey in more depth? If you answer yes, please provide your contact information under question 18 above.

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