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More Gongs For Public Trust

Public Trust’s 2000 annual report has carried off more awards in New York. The report, produced in conjunction with Designworks’ Wellington office, won a Best of Category and two golds (for writing and presentation) at the Mercury Awards in New York in January. Now, in a different contest – the ARC Annual Report Awards – the report has received two gold and two honours awards.

The golds were for writing from government and non-profit organisations and for writing in the legal services field; the honours were for overall presentation in the government and non-profit and the legal services sectors.

The latest recognition caps a golden year for Public Trust’s marketing and communications teams. FCB’s TVC campaign for Public Trust wills won an inaugural Midas Award at the New York Festival; a staff video on last year’s rebranding was a finalist in the Mercury Awards and the rebranding campaign itself is a finalist in the TVNZ Marketing Awards.

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