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The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce didn't leave its Sept. 9 public relations brainstorming meeting empty-handed.
Chamber officials had hoped the gathering of local PR practitioners would help it find ways to tell the city's story more positively.
As a result of the meeting, the group now may conduct a communications audit for next year, which it will use to create a long-range public relations plan.
It also may appoint a media relations advisory committee.
Jim Urbanski, interim chamber president, says the two-hour meeting of local public relations minds was "very positive," but no decisions were made.
"It was basically an …