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OUR VALUES 

Bastian Public Relations does not conduct business in a moral vacuum. What follows are the operational standards guiding its activities so it can be a force for GOOD in the world:

  • Client relationships are established and nurtured on a foundation of Judeo-Christian ethical principles (e.g., the “Golden Rule”) affirming the existence of moral absolutes. Principal Lisa Bastian and her associates always strive to be truthful, fair, professional and respectful of everyone.

  • The restricted, confidential and/or intimate details of an organization, its management, projects, services and future plans are held in the strictest confidence by BPR and its associates. The agency will sign client confidentiality agreements affirming this position, if requested. Lisa has been cleared at the Top Secret level by the U.S. government for 10 years, and so understands this issue well.

  • Sometimes projects are turned away. If Lisa determines a project is outside her agency’s scope of experience, another communicator or agency will be suggested which has the required expertise. We don't go "outside our depth" to accept projects we know we can't do well.

  • Note: Bastian Public Relations does not accept client work supporting any corrosive anti-life "Woke" social constructs undermining our families, the Constitution, governments, schools and communities. These newer tyrannical efforts are destroying basic human rights, and medical and religious freedoms, via oppressive programs.​ Differing opinions and genuine facts are not "misinformation."

QUOTES TO PONDER

"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." ~ Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. 

"It’s a poverty to decide that a child should die in order for you to live as you wish."

~ Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Missionaries of Charity founder & Nobel Prize winner

"Cultures can be judged in many ways, but eventually every nation in every age must be judged by this test: How did it treat its people? Each generation, each wave of humanity, evaluates its predecessors on this basis. The final measure of mankind’s humanity is how humanely people treat one another." ~ From Whatever Happened to the Human Race? by Dr. Francis Schaeffer and Dr. C. Everett Koop

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