What sets Holyrood PR apart is our passion for stories – finding them, telling them and making sure our clients benefit.
And we proved it yet again when we dug out a wee gem by discovering that a world-famous Police pipe band was working with kids from one of Glasgow’s toughest neighbourhoods.
The police pipers and drummers have been teaching youngsters from Govan to prepare them to take part for the first time in the Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships.
We immediately knew this was story gold – and a great story deserves to be told in words, pictures and in video.
For months we have been successfully promoting the Championships and made sure the event was in the headlines again by arranging for the cream of Scotland’s media to see the budding young musicians in action.
The results? Superb coverage in The Herald and Evening Times newspapers and on STV online, reaching hundreds of thousands of people with an uplifiting story and positive messages about our client.
We took our own photos and video to showcase the work of Greater Glasgow Police Pipe Band and the Govan Weavers in helping the Govan kids.
The second Scottish schools Pipe Band Championships are being held at Broughton High School, Edinburgh Sunday, March 9.
At Holyrood PR we believe that finding and sharing our clients stories, on paper, online and on air, increase the bottom line while making better places to work.
Everything we believe is demonstrated by what we do every day – telling our own stories and those of our clients in words, in pictures and in video.