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05.17.2011

Lovell Communications Inc. Wins More Than 20 Industry Awards

NASHVILLE, Tenn (May 17, 2011) - Lovell Communications Inc. has been recognized by their peers with 22 industry awards thus far in 2011. The agency accepted 16 Parthenon Awards from the Public Relations Society of America Nashville Chapter in April and recently received six Healthcare Advertising Awards from Healthcare Marketing Report.

Lovell won six Parthenon awards, including Best in Show, for their social media, community relations and media relations work on the Trinity Medical Center Certificate of Need program. Lovell also received Parthenons for their direct marketing work with Strength for Service and internal communications for Whitney National Bank. Lovell accepted eight awards of merit on behalf of their work for Educational Services of America, Soles4Souls, Trinity Medical Center, Emdeon, and InstaMed, as well as for their own firm marketing.

In the Healthcare Advertising Awards, Lovell won a gold award for public relations work with Trinity Medical Center, and bronze awards for LifeCare Hospitals' marketing efforts and a Rockwood Clinic communication project. Lovell also accepted three awards of merit for work with InstaMed and Trinity Medical Center.

"It is particularly gratifying to advance our clients' business objectives while earning the respect and acknowledgement of our peers," said Paula Lovell, president and founder of the agency. "I am extremely proud of everyone on our team, especially those who managed and worked on these 22 award-winning projects."

Full list of awards:

PRSA - Nashville Chapter Parthenon Award 2011

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Media Relations Campaign

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Public Relations Campaign

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - New Media/Social Media Project

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Integrated Communications Campaign

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Community Relations Campaign

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Best in Show

Whitney Bank: Moving Forward. More Connected. - Internal Communications

Strength for Service: Direct Mail

PRSA - Nashville Chapter Award of Merit 2011

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Media Relations/News Placement

Trinity Medical Center: Trinity on 280 NOW! - Crisis Communications

Soles4Souls: Real Simple Article - Media Relations/News Placement

Lovell Communications (self promotion): HFMA HITECH Article - Technical Writing

Ombudsman: Poster - Posters, Displays or Exhibits

Strength for Service: Direct Mail - Development/Fundraising Communications

Emdeon: E-Prescribing of Controlled Substances Webinar - Audio Visual Presentation

InstaMed: Medical Billing Compliance Seminar - Audio Visual Presentation

Healthcare Advertising Awards by Healthcare Marketing Report - Gold 2011

Trinity Medical Center - Totally Public Relations Program

Healthcare Advertising Awards by Healthcare Marketing Report - Bronze 2011

LifeCare Hospitals - Special Event

Rockwood Clinic - Total Public Relations Program

Healthcare Advertising Awards by Healthcare Marketing Report - Award of Merit 2011

Trinity Medical Center - New Media

Trinity Medical Center - Total Advertising without TV

InstaMed - New Media  

 

Founded in 1988, Lovell Communications Inc. is a full-service marketing and public relations firm with more than 50 clients in 40 states. Visit www.lovell.com for more information.

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