New Year, New HPR TV Episode for Scottish PR Agency

by Craig Sinclair

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Holyrood PR TV 140 – Scottish PR Agency have Big Start to the New Year

Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championship


Famous images of the lone piper, playing in the bells during Scotland’s Hogmanay celebrations could soon be a thing of the past – as is the belief of Holyrood PR client – The Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships. They believe our national instrument could be under threat due to a lack of opportunities to learn how to play the pipes and drums at state schools.
There is a belief in piping circles that these traditional skills will become regionalised and elitist, with many of the country’s top bands coming from rural communities or private schools, and they have called for more to be done to open this up to state school pupils.
With our help, this story created mass amounts of national and local media coverage across the country.


Comms WorldPic: Peter Devlin

In the year of its 20th birthday, Scotland’s largest communications firm has closed in on £10 million worth of revenue for the first time in its history.
Chief Executive, Ricky Nicol, believes the best is yet to come as Commsworld can now boast the only local Scottish network of its type, and the firm is ready to take on the national giants of the industry, such as BT and Vodafone, by offering a far more extensive, flexible and beneficial service to its clients.
The business-success story scored a full-page exclusive in The Scotsman’s Monday interview slot and a feature on The Scotsman Online before being followed up by other national, local and trade press.

Royal Terrace Hotel, Edinburgh

Hotel running club uses PR photography to get coverageFinally, we’ve been helping luxury hotel client Crowne Plaza Royal Terrace “run” into the headlines this week. Looking to encourage guests to stay fit and active whilst sightseeing around Edinburgh, the hotel manager, Lucja Leonard has introduced a unique ‘energy station’.
As a world-class marathon runner herself, Lucja, has devised a number of running routes around Edinburgh for those who are looking to stretch their legs during their stay.
Thanks to our award-winning PR and PR photography, the story successfully made great coverage across local and industry media titles.


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