PR News recognized the winners and honorable mentions at its 2015 PR Platinum and Agency Elite Awards luncheon at the Marriott Marquis in New York’s Times Square on October 27, 2015.
Winner: Everywhere Agency—The 100 Good Deeds #DeedADay Campaign 100 Good Deeds started as an idea from the heart of Mary Fisher, a world-renowned artist, author and HIV/AIDS advocate who has been partnering with women in… Continued
Winner: Stein IAS for Trelleborg Marine Systems—The Performance People Trelleborg Marine Systems is an engineering company that designs, manufactures and installs equipment for many of the world’s largest commercial ports. Trelleborg faces real operational threats… Continued
Winner: PacWest—Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) is a nonprofit organization created to educate Coloradans about the energy, economic and environmental benefits of safe and responsible oil and natural… Continued
Winner: MWWPR's Matter More Training Sessions It’s not enough for MWW employees to just matter to their clients—they’re invested in making all of their employees “Matter More.” MWW is committed to their employees’ professional growth… Continued
Winner: Michael Kempner, MWWPR In 1986, MWW President and CEO Michael Kempner founded the agency with the same entrepreneurial spirit and focus on client service that he practices today. Creating and sustaining a vision for… Continued
Winner: Nebo—Choose ATL The concept for Choose ATL was first sparked during a conversation between a group of digital marketers comparing Atlanta’s growth to the rise of Silicon Valley. Although Atlanta has the 11th largest… Continued
In an annual tradition, PR News has announced the finalists in its 2015 Platinum PR Awards program. The awards celebrate the best PR creativity, technological savvy, storytelling expertise and business acumen found in communications campaigns from brands, nonprofit organizations and agencies.
Co-Winner: MGSCOMM – MilkPEP MGSCOMM had a very specific goal in mind for Project Breakfast: to capitalize on the fastest-growing minority in America and create an advertising campaign that would be attractive to Hispanic families… Continued
Winner: MWW – Making MWW Matter More MWW’s approach to reputation management means playing the hand you’re dealt—meaning a company’s network of stakeholders including customers, influencers, investors, employees and advocates all play an integral part… Continued