Curley & Pynn Wins Big for its Clients

by Vianka McConville

We have said it before and we will continue to say it, winning professional awards has numerous benefits for business.

As a team that practices what we preach, Curley & Pynn recently submitted projects to the Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) annual Image Awards.  We poured sweat and tears into exceeding client expectations (as is the norm around here) and were recognized by FPRA and honored with the local chapter’s highest awards.

Curley & Pynn was recognized for the rebrand of Brevard Community College (now Eastern Florida State College), the development of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s annual magazine, florida.HIGH.TECH 2013 and received FPRA’s highest honor for the launch event introducing Drive Electric Orlando to the community.

Winning an award is fabulous, but leveraging the win is key for any business.  First and foremost, the opportunity allows C&P to further elevate our clients.  Our clients depend on strategic counsel and guidance backed by years of industry knowledge and research.  What better way to reward continued trust than showcasing a proud moment for the company in the community?

Companies can tout a win to reinforce local prominence, seek desirable employee candidates and showcase an aspect of regular business that may not warrant attention otherwise.

Submitting awards can be time consuming, but we are glad to have put in the time for the Image Awards and look forward to opportunities to come.  We encourage you to do the same.  Remember, you can’t win unless you submit.

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