Lovell Communications Inc. was recently honored with nine Gold Pen Awards from the Nashville chapter of the International Association of Business Communications (IABC).
The agency was recognized with highest honors in the Internal Communications category for their work in designing, creating and executing an employee survey and supporting campaign for Whitney Bank (New Orleans, LA). The award was one of only three Gold Pens awarded by IABC Nashville this year.
Lovell received four Silver Awards for the Trinity Medical Center (Birmingham, AL) 280 NOW! campaign in the areas of public affairs, crisis communications, social networking and media relations. The firm received an additional Silver Award for their work on the MedSolutions (Nashville, TN) Oncology Program Launch news release.
Lovell was also recognized with three Bronze Awards for: Soles4Souls national media relations; Strength for Service video production; and Lovell Communications newsletter.
Paula Lovell, president and founder of the firm said, "I am extremely proud of everyone on our team and their diligence toward achieving meaningful results for a great group of clients around the country."
Lovell has been recognized by their peers with 31 industry awards thus far in 2011. The agency accepted 16 Parthenon Awards from the Public Relations Society of America Nashville Chapter in April for social media, community relations, direct marketing and internal communications. Lovell also received six Healthcare Advertising Awards from Healthcare Marketing Report for strategic marketing and communications campaigns.
With operations in Nashville, TN, and Washington, D.C., Lovell Communications is a national marketing and public relations firm that protects brand reputations and works with companies to build and grow their businesses. Founded in 1988, Lovell has received more than 150 industry awards and recognition for exceptional marketing and public relations programs and tactics. Visit www.lovell.com for more information. To view the agency's blog, visit www.lovell.com/blog.
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