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JAMpr picks up two silver gongs at CIPR North West PRide Awards

18.12.10

We’re delighted to say that the JAM trophy cabinet is fit for bursting after we picked up a little more silverware at the CIPR North West PRide Awards this week.

For the second year running we scooped the silver award for Outstanding Small Consultancy, reaffirming our JAMtasticness! And, having delved into our toolbox of PR tactics, our hard work for client C.K tools was acknowledged with the silver award for Best Use of Media Relations.

We were also finalists in the Corporate and Business Communications category gaining recognition for our clucking good results for poultry supplier, Rectory Food Group.

We are absolutely over the moon with our awards, especially when we were shortlisted from over 1,220 UK-wide entries. Being shortlisted – let alone winning an award at PRide – is a great honour knowing that the work we deliver has been judged to be among the best in the UK.

Dave Sanders, Chair of CIPR North West, said: “The CIPR PRide Awards recognise and reward the thriving PR profession from across the UK. They help to celebrate the importance of demonstrating the value of what we, as public relations professionals, do and the positive impact this profession has on all aspects of business.  Being named as a CIPR PRide Award winner is a fantastic achievement and I congratulate all of this year’s winners.”

Awards can’t be won without great material to work with, so we’d like to thank all our clients, past and present, for being a great bunch of people (and brands) to work with.

We’re ending 2010 on a high and very much looking forward to 2011 and beyond, where we will continue to deliver exceptional results for our clients and hope to pick up a few more gongs along the way.

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