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PR News will announce the winners of the 2013 PR People Awards at a Dec. 10 luncheon at Washington, D.C.’s National Press Club. We’ll also honor this year’s inductees into the PR News Hall of Fame and the 2013 People to Watch list of Rising PR Stars (listed here).
The Major League Baseball Fan Cave generated nearly three times as many media impressions in 2012 (4.4 billion vs. 1.5 billion in 2011) compared to 2011, and its social media impressions grew by a whopping 730% (1.7 billion vs. 230 million).
The Cap’n Crunch brand, with the help of agency HUGE, was able to capitalize on a Reddit item saying Cap’n Crunch was not a real captain, using the online “controversy” to boost the brand’s online presence and garner international media coverage.
Through a 3D texting and driving simulator, AT&T, with the help of FleishmanHillard, has seen its “It Can Wait No Texting While Driving Movement” gain significant momentum among teens; for example, more than 1.6 million have taken the pledge to not text while driving at ItCanWait.com and through Facebook, Twitter, simulator events and text-to-pledge initiatives.
Cone launched The Nature Valley Trail View—a digital platform offering 300-plus miles of immersive content for three of America’s most iconic national parks—at South by Southwest Interactive 2012 with the help of Mashable, inspiring unusually positive social media chatter for a CPG company like General Mills.
The Western city of Chengdu is not high on the list of must-see destinations in China. To change that, Ogilvy & Mather took to Facebook and leveraged the iconic and lovable giant panda.
HGExpo’s New Online Home & Garden Show site was designed to connect consumers searching for innovative home improvement ideas with the top local professionals who can make those ideas real, leading to eight to 10 new exhibits sold per month in the months subsequent to launch.