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The Rundown on The Office Convention

Many moons ago I posted about a PRWeek article involving a great initiative by the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania to host The Office Convention in honor of NBC’s show The Office. At the time I was curious as to how they pulled it all off. This week I bring you Tim Holmes, director of community newspapers for Times-Shamrock Communications who helped organize the event to the show to give me The Rundown on how they pulled it off. As always, The Rundown is my LIVE Tuesday BlogTalkRadio show featuring an analysis or summary of something by a knowledgeable person – and me. (I work for BlogTalkRadio).

The Office Convention was Scranton, Pennsylvania’s capitalization on NBC’s hit show “The Office,” which is based in Scranton, PA.

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2 Responses

  1. Is there a date set for the convention this year yet??

  2. The Office is pretty hilarious. I only started watching it when Steve Carell joined the cast. It was also around this time that his name was rising to real Hollywood fame. But although terribly exaggerated, I do feel that The Office does present valid experiences similar to real work life.

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