Contact Teri Saylor
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-The photos were perfect! Exactly what I expected/hoped for. You’ve captured some excellent shots. Thank you so much for your time and trouble, Teri. You make it look so easy - Karen Peterson, Association Executives of North Carolina on a series of photos accompanying a magazine article in Success by Association
-Thank you so much for your awesome article on us. I still get feedback and compliments on the article. – Bob Liddle, Kustom Koozies (N&O article “Kustom Koozies stems from a need for personalized coolers in small quantities – March 6, 2015)
-What a strange thing to read a story ABOUT me! But how much fun! You did a great job of putting together all my ramblings! I really am honored to have been included. Would it be proper and/or allowed for me to share the story in my paper? Thanks so much. It was a lot of fun talking with you. – Rinda Maddox, owner and editor of the Sidell (Ill.) Reporter about a profile of her and her newspaper in Publishers’ Auxiliary.
-I discovered your lovely article about my artwork yesterday morning. It was posted on a corkboard in the law library. I am so flattered and grateful for the article. – Stephanie Neeley, artist and college professor about a profile on her in The Carolina Paralegal News.
-I keep meaning to drop you a note -- on two levels. First, I "liked" the article you did on me. I thought it captured my newspaper persona quite well. Secondly, and the greatest compliment I can give any reporter, I thought you were extremely accurate -- primarily in quotes, but also in attitude, philosophy, homespun tales, etc. All in all, I wish I could bottle it and send it to some folks -- as some sort of promotional. Many thanks for your persistence in getting me to do it in the first place. – Tom Boney, owner and editor, The Alamance (N.C.) News, about a profile of him and his newspaper in Publishers Auxiliary
-Very nice story. I decided to go with the feature lede. It makes for a better read. It’s running tomorrow. – Frank Tursi, assistant director, editor Coastal Review Online, N.C. Coastal Federation on an article about sea turtles
Everybody has a story
You have a great story to tell, but you have more ideas than resources and more projects than available staff. Your website content is skimpy and it isn't updated as often as it should be, and don't even mention your social media platforms. It is almost time to publish your annual report, but you have no one who can take it on. You have had no luck getting the good news about your organization out into the public arena.
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