The Charleston-based Palmetto Awards are sponsored annually by the South Carolina chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Contributed photo
Greenville’s Complete Public Relations scoops two Palmetto Awards
Greenville PR firm Complete Public Relations recently won a pair of prestigious Palmetto Awards honoring a three-year infrastructure communications campaign that kept motorists and the media up to date on major South Carolina roadway projects.
The Charleston-based Palmetto Awards are sponsored annually by the South Carolina chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
The company’s winning project focused on construction upgrades for the 85-385 Gateway Interchange. Notifying drivers and industry stakeholders alike, Complete Public Relations kept the public informed as the comprehensive project unfolded, with updates throughout the three-year span.
Additionally, Complete Public Relations was lauded for the design and circulation of informative brochures about the interchange enhancements at the Nov. 3 awards ceremony held in Columbia.
“Our team works every day to make sure that our results go above and beyond client expectations,” Complete Public Relations’ President John Boyanoski said. “We are always honored to have our hard work recognized.”
Complete Public Relations has earned three SCPRSA Mercury Awards and four MarCom awards as well as two Palmetto Awards in 2016. Additionally, it received a Palmetto Award in 2015.
IABC/SC was founded in 1993 to strengthen the communications industry in the state, creating the Palmetto Awards to establish a scholarship for its past leader, the late Mike Wilkerson.
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