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Tuesday, July 28th, 2015
Mission accomplished this week for Edinburgh PR agency
Tom Cruise is taking the Mission Impossible franchise on another outing. The world might not be saved by an Edinburgh PR agency, but we have a mission to deliver the best business boosting coverage to our clients. We’ll let you decide after this two-minute video.
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It’s mission accomplished for our client Banks Property, as it celebrated the approval of the masterplan for its 1040 home Glenboig Village property proposal in North Lanarkshire, which included a much needed newt-sensitive link road and community hub.
Hitting the headlines faster than Tom Cruise’s little legs can run, the news broke in the Herald, the Evening Times, the National, the Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser, BQ, Project Scotland and the Scottish Business News Network, plus several construction industry news outlets.
Every spy thriller needs star names to draw in the punters and big names can help in the PR stakes too. Therefore we were delighted when Scotland’s own queen of the courts, Judy Murray, was on hand to star in a media call for our client CALA Homes East and Scottish Tennis Holidays.
The initiative, which has received a generous donation from the CALA, aims to eradicate tennis’ elitist status by offering coaching, equipment and scholarships to youngsters who may not otherwise get a chance to discover the game – something Judy Murray has given passionate public backing to.
The early coverage has included national hits on STV News, The Herald, The Courier and All Tennis Today. And that’s not all for CALA this week, with the news of its homes selling out at its Dalmeny Park development in South Queensferry – landing features in The Herald, Scotsman, Deadline News and Scotland’s Homes Online.
Anyone keeping tight surveillance on the property media of late will have noticed some great coverage for our client Bield’s latest developments, The Walled Gardens and St Andrew’s View.
The Walled Gardens and St Andrew’s View developments are thoughtfully designed apartments which address the features that make a huge difference to the quality of life of older people without compromising on style.
The Sunday Express, Herald Scotland’s Homes supplement and the Daily Express gave Bield some fantastic national exposure while several construction and care titles also ran the stories.
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