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Publicist/Spokesperson of the Year: PR News – PR People Awards

November 1st, 2008
When things look bleak, Sam Singer’s the guy to call. Under his guidance, Singer Associates Inc. enjoyed a 20% growth rate in 2007 and generated nearly $6 million in revenue. READ MORE »
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News Analysis: Microsoft, Yahoo face scrutiny in takeover.

July 14th, 2008
Sam Singer, president of Singer & Associates, says that Yahoo and Microsoft's skittish commitment to the deal have left many confused about the companies' ultimate motivations. READ MORE »
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PR News Announces Corporate Social Responsibility Awards for Top Campaigns, Initiatives and People Recognized at National Press Club Event

March 23rd, 2008
The CSR Awards recognize people and companies that successfully demonstrate that altruism, philanthropy and employee commitment to "do good" can go a long way towards making an impact on a community, key stakeholders, and a company's bottom line. READ MORE »
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Über Flack | Public relations pro Sam Singer spins the tiger attack and more.

March 1st, 2008
What do you do if Mike Wallace is banging on your front door with a camera crew in tow? Call Sam Singer, of course. READ MORE »
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PR Technique: Working with a group of influencers

January 8th, 2008
To prepare his clients, Sam Singer, president of Singer Associates, opts for media training 'to field the harder-hitting questions and frame the conversation. READ MORE »
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Top Guns for Hire Square Off

January 7th, 2008
For Singer, 50, kicking up some dust and taking some flak are just part of what goes with the territory as one of the - if not the - premier mouthpieces and spin doctors for companies doing business in San Francisco. READ MORE »
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He’s the Guy They Turn to in a Bay Area Crisis

January 6th, 2008
When the glare is bright and unflattering, Singer steps in. The area's go-to crisis manager has a knack for deflecting the spotlight, or at least changing the bulb to cast his client in a more flattering light. READ MORE »
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