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Professional Public Relations Scoops Awards

Professional Public Relations (PPR) was the most awarded PR company at this year's PRINZ Awards held in Christchurch last night.

Senior Consultants, Mark Street and Sally Frewin, won the Special Event category for the launch of Aria, New Zealand's largest motor yacht , for Sensation Yachts; Kristie Penwarden and past employee, Susan McGregor, cleaned up the Marketing category with "Size Does Matter" project for Iams Company and Sally Frewin's Vector project received Highly Commended in the Young Practitioner of the Year category.

PPR has also recently appointed previous employee Claire Fouhy who has returned from overseas where she spent 18 months in London working with Hill & Knowlton and Shandwick.

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