Black Public Relations Society-New York President looks forward To Leading New York’s Premier Organization Known For Its Impact On The Communications Industry

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Left to Right – Phil Andrews, President of Black Public Relations Society – New York/President Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc, Scott Schoen Long Island Business News Publisher.

 

Woodbury, NY – March 28, 2016 – Black Public Relations Society-New York’s President/ LIAACC’S President Awarded Excellence in Communication Award at Long Island Business News Awards Breakfast on March 24, 2016 at the Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury, New York. LIAACC’S President was awarded for overseeing the chambers marketing program and awarded the In House Leadership Marketing Award.

“I would like to thank LIBN for recognizing both the quality of our marketing and communication skills. Black Public Relations Society-New York look forward to continuing to be New York’s Chief Image Maker and Strategist. ” Phil Andrews, President.
About: Phil Andrews – Phil Andrews is the President of the Black Public Relations Society-New York, President of the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the Past President of the 100 Black Men of Long Island. Founded in 1974, “The 100” serves as an international coalition focused on creating educational opportunities, promoting economic empowerment, addressing health disparities and creating positive mentoring relationships.
As founder of P.A. Public Relations Company, Phil has been afforded the privilege to serve as Public Relations Director for a myriad of companies, community initiatives and professional organizations. Andrews’ business acumen is often sought after by organizations that host major events, benefits and fundraisers.
He has served on the Public Relations Committee for the Harlem Book Fair on Long Island {which attracted over 2000 participants in 2003), as Public Relations Committee Member of the New York Metro Black MBA Association and the 100 Black Men of Long Island. Phil Andrews has led a successful PR Campaign for the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and help to foster growth of many small business owners PR Campaigns in the region.
In 1995 and 1998, Mr. Andrews’ excellence in his field garnered the Small Business Person of the Year award by two branches of the Nassau Council of Chambers of Commerce (Roosevelt and West Indian Chambers, respectively). He has also received a number of proclamations and citations from notable political officials including former Nassau County Executive Thomas S. Gullotta, former Town of Hempstead Supervisor Richard Guardino and Assembly-woman Earlene Hooper Hill, 18th Assembly District of Long Island NY. In 2012, Phil Andrews was honored by the Korean American Association of Greater New York with the “Good Neighbor Award. Mr. Andrews was also inducted as one of the Kings of Queens Honorees in 2014.
Phil’s work has been featured in multi-platform publications including Black Star News, The New York Beacon, Amsterdam News, Minority Business Review, The Network Journal and more.
He is also featured in “15 Years of Minority Business Development” a book published by Mr. Robert Adams. Mr. Andrews is listed in Who’s Who in Black America and International Who’s Who.
Prior to beginning his career in Public Relations, Phil was the Vice President and Marketing Director of the Haircut Hut franchise for more than ten years.
Phil learned early on the importance of community and education. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York’s Marcy Housing Development and attended Brooklyn Technical High School (one of the country’s most recognized schools for academic excellence). After serving several years in the US Navy and Army Reserves, attending York College ( Jamaica, Queens, NY) and John Jay College, (New York, NY), he graduated from paralegal school and began a nearly twenty year career in law enforcement. Community, Service and Education have been constant themes in his life.
Andrews’ drive is a profound concern for his community. This has led him to serve on several Boards of Directors including—the Roosevelt Chamber of Commerce, Roosevelt Kiwanis and the West Indian Chamber of Commerce as the Public Relations Director. Mr. Andrews owns the Power Networking Business Seminar Series, a business network that builds viable connections between community and business.
He continues to build networks in and across many an industry; but, none more important than that of the education and mentoring of young people. As a Certified Mentor, Phil Andrews’ goals involve encouraging as many promising young men as possible by compelling them to serve with the very best of their minds and talents.
For more information on the programs and activities of the Black Public Relations Society-New York or to request a membership application, you may email BPRS-NY at bprsny@gmail.com
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