Holyrood PR make (muddy) waves in the press
Monday, October 19th, 2015
on behalf of Holyrood PR
Our brave (read mad) exploits raise £1500 and make some handy headlines in the process
It is safe to say we are mighty proud of our achievements, and we have certainly been doing a fair bit of tweeting/blogging/filming and photoshoot-ing. So if you’re feeling a wee bit inundated at this stage we do apologise.
But we do it for good reason. And that is because we are a ‘Show and Tell’ agency.
So what does that mean? Well we fundamentally believe in what we offer to potential and current clients – there is a huge amount of merit in telling your stories to the world – whether it be through the medium of print, social media, video or by blogging.
So when we know we have a great story, which will generate captivating images and
video, we do our best to package it up and well…tell the world.
(Plus, what could be funnier than seeing your exhausted bosses, Raymond Notarangelo and Scott
Douglas trawl through thick claggy mud?)
And this came courtesy of a great mention on the hugely influential PRweek, which included our highly entertaining video, as well as a further feature online on the Scotsman’s newly revamped website. It also featured in the Edinburgh Evening News as well.
Prior to the event we also teamed up with Claire Smith of the Scottish Government Marketing team, ensuring print coverage in Claire’s weekly article in the Edinburgh Evening News.
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Chris Fairbairn is an Account Director with award-winning public relations agency Holyrood PR. He is part of an expert PR team delivering PR services to a wide range of clients from headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland.View Chris's Profile
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