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New Appointments Sign Of Continued Growth

Media release, Thursday 26 October 2006

New Appointments Sign Of Continued Growth

Former news anchor and Christchurch Polytechnic's current Broadcast Journalism course leader Yvonne Densem is among two new appointments at Christchurch based public relations and marketing agency, Chambers PR.

Yvonne will be joining the Chambers PR team from late November. The second new appointment is Jessica Mathias, who has spent the last two years working for one of Auckland's largest public relations companies Network PR.

Chambers PR's Managing Director Tracey Chambers says both Yvonne and Jessica will bring new dimensions to the Chambers PR team.

"With more than 25 years media experience, Yvonne has exceptional media management abilities which will be of core value to our clients. Jessica's experience in working alongside some of this country's biggest brands achieving core public relations objectives will also be a major asset to our team."

Tracey Chambers who is also a Director on the Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce says Chambers PR is continuing to grow and develop despite talk of a slowing economy.

Chambers PR clients include Mike Pero Mortgages, Meridian Energy, EziBuy, Swanndri New Zealand, Christchurch Casino and Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa.

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