Chester PR firm shortlisted for two regional Public Service Communication Awards from 140 entries
24th November 2009
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Marketing PRojects was nominated for Best Low Budget Campaign at the How-do Awards, for their work on Chester & District Housing Trust's Annual Report for 2008 and 2009.


The consultancy was also nominated for Best Small PR agency at the Awards, which were held at Manchester United FC's Old Trafford stadium.


Ben Waterhouse, editor of How-do, said: "The quality of entries was exceptional and all can be congratulated on being amongst the finalists."


 Jane Harrad-Roberts MD of Marketing PRojects said;

“Although we didn’t win, it was amazing to be considered amongst five projects and four PR organisations for such prestigious awards. Christies cancer hospital won the best low budget campaign and a firm from Preston, best small PR agency.


We’ve a great team at Marketing PRojects and are lucky to work with clients like Chester & District Housing Trust who are both innovative and trust us to make a real difference. Public services is a challenging sector to work in and one we love. Over the last three weeks we’ve won three new accounts here and for our larger London office and being shortlisted by How-Do is the icing on the cake.”


Below: Marketing PRojects with Nick Jaspan, publishing editor of at How-do's inaugural Public Services Communications Awards held at Old Trafford. LtoR: Phil Brotherhood, head of PR, Jane Harrad-Roberts, managing director and Nick Jaspan.

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