NASHVILLE, Tenn (Oct 27, 2013) – Lovell Communications Inc. recently accepted six Gold Pen Awards from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), Nashville Chapter.
The agency received two highest honor Gold Awards in the Nonprofit Campaign and Social Media Programs categories for its work creating and implementing an awareness program to boost Metro World Child donations. Additionally, Lovell accepted a third Gold Award in External Special Events for its work with Trinity Medical Center in Birmingham.
“I am incredibly proud of our team. The diversity among our awards showcases the unique and extensive range of talents we have within the company,” said company CEO and founder Paula Lovell. “We are fortunate enough to partner with strong national clients that allow us to work creatively and strategically to advance their business objectives.”
Lovell was also honored with three Merit Awards. Two of the Merit Awards recognized Lovell for its work with agency clients Newpoint and Community Health Systems in the Magazine and Speech Writing categories. The firm accepted its third Merit Award in the Government Communication Programs category for its work with Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technologies.
Lovell’s industry awards in 2014 now near 50. Earlier this year, the agency received 19 awards from the Public Relations Society of America, Nashville Chapter, and was honored with 20 Healthcare Marketing Report Advertising Awards. The awards reflect Lovell’s exceptional client work in the areas of Video Production, Strategic Communications, Interactive Marketing and Writing, Design and Advertising.
About Lovell Communications Inc.
With a national roster of clients, Lovell Communications Inc. is a Nashville-based communications firm that helps protect companies’ brand reputations and promote and grow their businesses through marketing and public relations. The firm develops and implements results-oriented marketing communications programs focusing on both business-to-business and consumer marketing. Clients range from publicly held companies to start-ups to closely held family businesses to pre-IPO companies. Learn more about our public relations and crisis communications firm.
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