Introduction by Project for Public Spaces: Changing the world one place at a time; Feeling Right at Home: How to foster a sense of community; Where Everybody Knows Your Name: How to create great places to hang out; Going Places: How to tame traffic and improve transportation; Keeping Peace in the Streets: How to assure safety and promote justice; Where the Action Is: How to boost local economic vitality; Greening the Neighbourhood: How to keep things clean, green and natural; Pride in Your Place: How to nurture pleasure and pizzazz; Getting Things Done: How to make your dreams a reality.
>Eblast sent out to prospective reviewers offering them an opportunity to request a review copy, an interview, or an excerpt. >Print review campaign to PPS's personal review list as well as other appropriate magazines and journals.(EX. Planning, Forum, The Next American City) >EBlast sent to approprite radio shows inviting them to interview author. >Online advertising on appropriate websites. >PPS will promote the book through the many workshops, seminars and conferences that they host. >Eblast will be sent to media in the authors' hometowns. >Postcard mailing to the Urban Land Inst., City Parks Alliance, American Society of Landscape Architects. >E-Announcement to be sent to PPS's personal database of over 22,000 names.
Project for Public Spaces (PPS) has worked for 30 years in over 1,500 communities in 47 states and 24 countries to create and sustain public places that build communities. PPS was founded to build upon the pioneering Street Life Project of writer-sociologist William H. Whyte, and has published over 14 books and studies.