A Whirlwind of Award-Winning PR

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A Whirlwind of Award-Winning PR

Holyrood PR Uncategorized

There’s a hurricane passing through Scotland and it’s been another whirlwind week here at Holyrood PR. After taking home a phenomenal 5 trophies from the CIPR awards, it was business as usual for the Holyrood PR team as we rumbled on with a downpour of coverage for our clients.

First up on HPR TV we’re heading over the pond to talk of our Hollywood client, Louise Linton. The Edinburgh born actress has gone from strength to strength in the public eye thanks to the help of our Junior Account Executive, Ross Stebbing.

This week Louise secured a generous spread in The Mail On Sunday, where she talks about rubbing shoulders with Hollywood royalty including Nicole Kidman, Al Pacino, Jack Nicholson and Mel Gibson. The feature also details her next four movies, one of which is the eagerly anticipated Howard Hughes biopic directed by Warren Beatty. Stay tuned to Holyrood for the latest on Louise’s movies and Hollywood lifestyle.

Next up this week hitting the headlines in a major way we have Scotland’s leading care and housing providers, Bield.

The company recently held their Annual General Meeting at the Hilton Grosvenor Hotel in Edinburgh at which Chief Executive, Brian Logan, acknowledged the increasing financial pressures facing the firm and the industry.

He outlined several key initiatives including the Bield at Home service and its’ new Handyperson service, which would ensure continued quality while addressing tighter budgets.

News of Brian’s honest and reassuring words spread across regional headlines and featured in papers including The Southern Reporter, The Brechin Advertiser, The Perthshire Advertiser, The Lennox Herald, The Edinburgh Evening News and many more.

And finally, we have our Perth based land agents Bell Ingram who have hit the headlines this week as they continue to showcase their fascinating properties on the market.

The Lighthouse Stores, an old bothy style property located on the waterfront near Stores Point in West Sutherland, was the focus of the media attention this week thanks to its private beach and the fact that it does not have any running water or electricity.

The quirky and unusual property had a generous feature in the Scotsman’s property supplement, as well as featuring in the Press and Journal.

The Lighthouse Stores also featured in the UK edition of the Sunday Times, making it the second week in a row that Bell Ingram have featured in this title, with its’ Skipness properties featuring earlier this month.

This a great coverage result for Bell Ingram with a potential audience reach of approximately 800,000.

That’s it for this week but tune in next week for the latest on our clients here at Holyrood PR. If you cant wait til then, then why not connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+Pintrest and Instagram.

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