WH shortlisted for 14 Awards for Excellence in Public Relations

Wilson Hartnell has been shortlisted for 14 awards at this year’s Awards for Excellence in Public Relations. The awards are hosted by the PRCA (Ireland), the PRII and CIPR Northern Ireland and salute Ireland’s most outstanding communications initiatives in the highly competitive and dynamic PR arena. The Gala Luncheon and Awards Ceremony take place at the Shelbourne Hotel on 26 June.
WH shortlisted entries for the 2015 awards are:
  • AIB – AIB Club Championships  #TheToughest
  • An Post – An Post Cycle Series
  • Budweiser – Dream Job
  • ​eircom – eircom Apprentice & Graduate Programme Launch
  • Electric Ireland – #PowerBallad
  • Guinness – Guinness Rugby
  • Irish Life – “We Know Irish Life”
  • Janssen – Know The Score – Get Tested
  • Liberty Insurance – #womeninsport
  • Marks & Spencer – Marks & Spencer Ireland Partnership with the Marie Keating Foundation
  • Musgrave Retail Partners – ‘GAA Winning Tastes of Summer’
  • Safefood – Childhood Obesity Campaign​
  • The Federation of (Ophthalmic and Dispensing) Opticians (FODO) – Securing the Future of Quality Eye Care Services in Legislation
  • Martyn Rosney in our corporate team is shortlisted for Young Communications Professional
Wilson Hartnell Managing Director Brian Bell said: “We’re very honoured to see so many nominations  and that for the third year running we are the most nominated company. The variety of work shortlisted from WH really shows the diverse work we are doing across the entire spectrum of communications from digital to public affairs, sponsorship to healthcare and everything in between. It’s a great tribute to everyone in WH, and the clients we are proud to work with, to have our work recognised in this way. Last week we were delighted to be part of three award winners at the All Ireland Marketing Awards and we hope to continue this winning form on June 26th.”

Celebrating 22 years in 2015, these coveted awards set the industry benchmark for excellence across all areas of PR. They are prized the length and breadth of Ireland by the agencies and organisations who win them – for the value they add to current and future client relationships, and also because they are a boost to the morale of employees and colleagues who have proven their tremendous understanding of the power of public relations.