Raleigh-based branding and public relations firm Articulon received three silver Sir Walter Raleigh Awards for work performed on behalf of the Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern and Central North Carolina, FMI Corporation and Bar Rescue’s debut of MoonRunners Saloon.
“We are honored to be recognized for exemplary client work by our peers in the industry,” said Cindy Stranad, APR, principal of Articulon.
The Sir Walter Raleigh Awards were presented by the Raleigh Public Relations Society to honor work by North Carolina communication professionals. This year’s entries were judged by an independent organization of professionals from the PRSA Las Vegas Valley Chapter. Entries were evaluated based on five criteria: objectives, method, results, creativity and budget.
In total, the agency has earned more than 25 awards for client work, including recognition as a Top 25 PR Firm by Triangle Business Journal and a Pinnacle Business Award Winner for Innovation and Community Service from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce.
Articulon is a full-service PR agency that works with some of the area’s most admired brands, including professional service firms, corporations, issues and restaurants. With a bold, resourceful and modern approach, Articulon helps some of the most respected names move their business forward. The agency works with practices areas including: B2C (Food & Beverage, Health & Wellness, Technology and Hospitality); B2B (Thought Leadership, Reputation Management, Law Firm PR & Mkt, Financial Services and Special Event Management); Political Campaigns and Crisis Communications. Headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. in Lafayette Village, Articulon’s energetic, fast-paced, and focused culture and attitude towards media relations and marketing earned the PR firm an ADDY®, InSpire, and Pinnacle Awards for excellence in communication and a spot on the Top 25 PR firm list.
Formed in 1959, the Raleigh Public Relations Society aims to advance the art and science of public relations and to strengthen communication, understanding, and cooperation among the diverse individuals, groups, and institutions of the Society. Professionals from all areas of public relations, including government, non-profit organizations, corporate, educational institutions, and private communication and design firms join RPRS. RPRS sponsors monthly meetings, hosts several after-work networking events throughout the year, and holds an annual awards competition and awards banquet to honor recipients. These and other programs offer a variety of professional development opportunities for those in the public relations field. Visit www.rprs.org.