CPRS members can win prize package by ordering new book or online subscription.
Is it ‘Tweet’ or tweet’? ‘Zipline’ or ‘Zip line’? Have you ever been in doubt about any of the recent additions to the Canadian lexicon? The new 20th edition of Caps and Spelling released by the Canadian Press (sponsor) is the answer to such frequently arising questions. Containing over 200 pages covering a wide range of new 21st century words and references, the latest publication includes an alphabetical listing of commonly misspelled, hyphenated and compound words, abbreviations, proper names, internet terms, pop culture references and more.
A special prize package for ordering in January
The Canadian Press is offering CPRS Toronto members the chance to win a prize package including a briefcase/ laptop bag, USB stick and baseball cap worth over $150 when they order the new edition of Caps and Spelling. To enter the draw simply visit the Canadian Press website and order a hardcopy version for $20.95, or online subscription for under $6.25/ month. The last day to enter the draw is Friday, January 25, 2013 and the winner will be announced on January 29th, 2013. For quantities over ten ordered per organization, $2 can be saved per book. Orders can be placed online or by calling 1-800-434-7578.
Setting the industry standard for press releases, newsletters, websites and all other communication channels, the new Caps and Spelling is an indispensable guide for every communications professional. The electronic version also enables keyword search listings, offers real time alerts of new words added, provides the ability to add notes and allows sharing a common electronic copy within a team to ensure consistency.
About the Canadian Press
The Canadian Press, with its French-language counterpart, La Presse Canadienne, has been keeping Canadians informed by telling people the story of their country for almost a century. Over 200 journalists produce and deliver award-winning stories, photos, graphics, audio, video and multimedia news around the clock and in real time to daily newspapers, and more than 500 radio and TV stations, relying on news coverage from The Canadian Press. In addition, the government, corporations, publishers and associations subscribe to the leading-edge news and information services offered by The Canadian Press for delivery of credible content to thousands of websites, magazines, elevator screens and wireless devices. For public relations and communications professionals, a complete suite of ad delivery, photography, photo distribution and news monitoring services are available at www.thecanadianpress.com.