Wright Scoop Urges Enable Recording of America’s Heritage, Its Legacy

Award-winning author The Wright Scoop –Sylvia Hoehns Wright, in honor of September as "be kind to editors and writers month," urges use of wordsmith tips and strategies that enable recording America’s heritage, its legacy.

Richmond, VA, September 12, 2011 --(PR.com)-- “The Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright,” says Nicole M. Bouchard, Editor-in-Chief of The Write Place At the Write Time, “through sharing her wordsmith tips and strategies enables the opportunity for all to acquire a voice, be recognized as unique business, community or personal presences. For each should be recognized as a natural, organic evolution of you or your company communicating a legacy that extends to each outward facing component you have of your business (and your affiliates) in the public sphere.”

Communicating America’s Heritage, its legacy –
Recommended by the Author’s Guild, in her book - A Writer on Writing, the building blocks of nonfiction writing, Wright’s tips and strategies encourage all to share the why, who, what, when, where, how and benefits of their respective contribution enabling the capture of personal and collective American heritage, its legacy. Available in paper print and e-format, her writer guideline was recently released by iBookstoreSM.

To further assist with recording day-to-day activities, Wright recently launched a book – Market Share, make it work for you, based on nation-wide market experience gathered through one-on-one interviews, distribution of a survey, workshop participation, and column commentary. “Ideas abound in Sylvia Wright’s research,” says Bill Calkins, business manager at Ball Horticultural Company in West Chicago, Illinois, “as she profiles some of the best marketers and communicators in the business, bringing fresh takes and new approaches to attracting and engaging customers.”

About Wright Scoop -
A former career strategies columnist for the Greater Richmond Partnership’s Work magazine (WM), the Wright Scoop – Sylvia Hoehns Wright broaden her communications activities to include arts/literary and the Green Industry. As a result, she appeared on WTVR Channel 6 TV, FM 97.3 Inspiration Corner, WCVE PBS Richmond Channel 23 TV and Channel 35 TV Author’s Review. An award-winning author, she is published with The Office, Data Management, Your Computer Career, Green Profit and Today’s Garden Center magazines, Richmond Times Dispatch and Mid-Atlantic Grower newspapers, and VA BBB & Information Executive newsletters. As an eco advocate, she blogs for Build Green TV and the VA Plant More Plants program; and, as a speaker and workshop instructor for national and international conferences such as the All Cities Congressional City Conference held in DC, corporate department and business association meetings, she has taught communications for the Virginia Community College system, and is scheduled to provide a workshop for PLANET’s Green Industry Conference held at Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky Expo Center, http://www.landcarenetwork.org/ .

A graduate in BS of Management of Communication Systems at VA Commonwealth University (VCU) and participate in MS Special Studies at VCU, Wright is also a graduate of the VA Natural Resource Leadership Institute program sponsored by UVA and VA Tech. To acquire additional information, visit Wright’s web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or contact Sylvia@TheWrightScoop.com or call 804-672-6007; or, follow tweets at ID Wright Scoop or postings at facebook The Wright Scoop.

As recipient of the Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic Award, Sylvia Hoehns Wright urges all in their personal, environmental, civic or business communities, to ‘green’ life’s garden. Seek to inspire ultimate green: sustainability, providing for the present without sacrificing the needs of future generations.

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