Coverage so good, it’s scary
Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
Nothing scary about this PR agency’s media coverage
It’s been a spook-tacular week for our clients this week which we thought was well worth screaming about as after all you know what they say – if you got it, haunt it. Ok promise that’s the Halloween jokes done – now to get down to the serious business, it really has been another great week for our clients having a number of hits across a range of Scottish national, local and trade publications.
Following the success of CALA Homes’ Ten Brunswick Road development launch we got straight to work on the next project.
A show-village featuring three varied showhomes including the stunning 4 bedroom Elliot, 5 bedroom Melville and 5 bedroom Garvie are now available to be viewed at Craigpark in Ratho.
The development of 111 homes in the up and coming suburb of Edinburgh will comprise a variety of spacious detached houses and townhouses. The first phase will consist of four and five bedroom detached homes starting at £455,000.
The story of the launch was an instant hit with the press, securing a fabulous double page spread in The Scotsman a similar hit online and further coverage in the Edinburgh Evening News and the Daily Express.
Hannah Bardell, Member of Parliament for Livingston, recently visited our client, Banks Mining’s Rusha Surface Mine in West Lothian and was impressed with what she saw.
We also arranged a photoshoot and ensured that coverage along with excellent photos of Hannah enjoying her time in an operational mine, featured in local paper the West Lothian Courier.
Trade coverage is especially important to the likes of Banks Mining, who want to attract top industry talent, so we were delighted to get the story into Scottish Plant and Aggregate Net.
Bright primary school pupils in Paisley have been teaming up with residents at Bupa’s Braemount care home to learn and share with each other as part of their ‘Generations Working Together’ project.
The creative initiative aims to encourage young and old generations to come together and teach each other new things. So far, this has involved everything from residents trying their hand at the ‘Superman Dance’ – a popular hip hop dance step – to pupils learning the correct way to hang out their washing.
The news of the primary school pupils going ‘old school’ for their project was a quick hit with the local media, with the Paisley Daily Express and Glasgow Evening Times running the story, as well as the innovative idea securing two fantastic pieces of coverage online on SY Care Support and Care Industry News.
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