Holyrood PR TV 141 – Award-winning PR Agency Secure Coveted Coverage
The leading Edinburgh property solicitor estate agent, Warners, has been thrust into the public eye thanks to involvement in two important launches in seven days.
Firstly, the launch of their new website, which was supported by the award-winning team at Holyrood PR through provision of long-term strategic counselling, ensuring search-engine optimization and track-able traffic.
Next, the firm have sealed the deal with new local television channel ,STV Edinburgh, with the sponsorship of its new flagship show.
‘The Fountainbridge Show’, first aired on 12th of January on the day of STV Edinburgh’s offical launch. The flagship magazine programme airs every evening between 7:00 and 8:30pm, showcasing local music, culture and affairs, where Warners proudly features between the adverts.
The city specific TV channel provides a great platform for Warners to target and connect with an audience in their local area, and will help them achieve the leading reputation they aspire to.
Both partners are delighted with the pairing and look forward to a lucrative future together. Debbie Robinson, head of STV Sponsorship, is looking forward to working more with Warners as the channel develops.
Banks to Renew Plans
East Ayrshire Council have rejected plans to build eight wind farms proposed by wind energy firm Banks Renewables, despite an estimated £33 million windfall potential for the area .
Banks are hinted to be appealing this decision after the council received 470 letters of support. Local businesses and communities have urged Banks to reconsider as the investment to the area would prove invaluable.
Thanks to expert PR team at Holyrood PR, local publications such as The Ayrshire Post, The Kilmarnock Standard, The Irvine Herald, and The Cumnock Chronicle have all reported on this story, to keep the area talking about wind farms and renewable energy.
Hollywood Success Thanks to Holyrood
Finally our Hollywood client Louise Linton has been named by the Sunday Express‘ as one of the Scottish female actresses to watch out for in 2015.
This has been the result of six months hard work from both Louise and the team at Holyrood in securing headlines in all of the key publications, including double-page spreads in The Sun and the Mail on Sunday, to name a few, and numerous online spots.
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