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Network PR Lifts Four Awards At 2011 Ceremony

May 28, 2011
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Network PR Lifts Four Awards At 2011 Ceremony

Network PR achieved its traditional strong showing at the 2011 New Zealand Public Relations Awards, receiving four ‘highly commended’ awards for work undertaken in 2010.

These were for

• ChildFund’s Gifts That Grow
Marketing category, Clare England and Megan Green
• Heart Foundation Reducing NZ’s Sodium Footprint
Not for Profit, Emma Davidson and Donnell Alexander
• Hyperfactory’s Sale of its Business in the United States
Corporate category, Clare England and Megan Green
• NZ Blood Service Celebrating Blood Donor Day
Sustained Programme, Paul Hayes, Megan Green

The awards were presented at a ceremony in Wellington last night (Friday, May 27).

“These awards are recognition of the strong working partnership we develop with our clients,” said Jane Dodd, General Manager of Network PR.

“Each programme produced outstanding results, but the foundations for success were laid in the strategic approach to problem solving, and then delivering the programmes in creative ways.

“There are no tougher judges than your peers and competitors.

“They are extremely hard to impress.”

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