Food Glorious Food For Holyrood PR
Friday, June 14th, 2013
on behalf of Holyrood PR
These include G1 Group, the number one independent leisure operator in Scotland, and Mithas, which is tipped to become the first Indian restaurant to win a Michelin star.
Unchained Restaurants, a group which owns two country pubs in East Lothian and the Nachos Fiesta restaurant in Edinburgh, and Maison Bleue restaurant and The Melville Bar, both Edinburgh, make up the rest of the new roster.
Director, Raymond Notarangelo said: “To secure five new contracts in just a matter of weeks is a solid statement of the growing strength of the agency.
“The food and drink sector is where we cut our teeth as a PR agency and we are delighted at the chance to not just relive the past successes but to exceed them.
“Scotland and particularly Edinburgh has a growing food and drink scene just now, with many businesses making a comeback from the recession and all fighting for a viable piece of the market place. As a result many are turning to PR in particular to help tell the stories to ensure their businesses stand out from the crowd.
“That meant that we faced tough competition for these new wins, so it is very pleasing to have clients value our campaign planning and energy and to have them pick us ahead of the competition.
“We are looking forward to working with each of these new clients and have some fantastic ideas lined up for each. And, of course, we’re looking forward to building on this success to land even more business from this sector.”
While each client campaign will have a different focus ranging from media relations, launch events, press trips and even social media and video the core objective of the PR will remain the same, identifying interesting and engaging stories to tell across a variety of media.
So keep your eyes peeled for exciting news about each of the venues and the full press release announcing our client wins can be viewed on All Media Scotland.
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