Holyrood PR TV Episode 86
Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
on behalf of Holyrood Partnership
It’s been another busy week for the Holyrood PR team with news of a sponsorship wind fall for local rugby team, a mystery involving disappearing art work and the launch of a new bar on Edinburgh’s vibrant George Street.
Our client Banks Renewables confirmed a sponsorship deal with premier league team Hawick Rugby Club meaning that the company’s logo will take pride of place on shirts, post-protectors, corner flags and around the team’s home ground Mansfield Park. The story proved a hit with the media featuring in the Hawick News and the leading Scottish rugby website.
Nachos Fiesta restaurant in Fountain Park, Edinburgh also hit headlines this week with a story of light fingered ladies, pocketing their Mexican inspired art works featuring in the Edinburgh Evening News‘ ‘Talk of the Town’ column.
With businesses becoming increasingly aware of the important role that video and images play in a PR campaign, Capture Media, our in house video and photography agency, have seen a steady rise in requests for video footage of events. Last week they attended the glitzy launch of The George Street Bar and Grill where they managed to capture some fantastic footage and pictures of the event. If you’re interested in getting a high quality video and photography package for your up and coming event drop them a call or visit their website.
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