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Grayling Shortlisted for Multiple Awards

29th January 2016


Grayling in the UK has been shortlisted for three PR Moment Awards:

In partnership with client, Transport for London (TfL), the agency has been shortlisted in the Community Engagement Campaign of the Year category, for its campaign, 'Showcasing the Mayor’s Vision for Cycling’, a series of events through the summer to encourage Londoners to cycle more often.

Meanwhile, Atomic PR, Grayling UK's consumer brand marketing team, has been shortlisted in two categories:

  • FMCG Marketing Communications Campaign of the Year - for the 'Meaty Malbec' campaign delivered on behalf of Graffigna; and 
  • Automotive and Transport Marketing Communications Campaign of the Year - for 'World's Best Driving Road' on behalf of Avis, a campaign that has already scooped multiple awards 

UK Managing Director, Sarah Scholefield says: "We are incredibly proud of the work we do for all of our clients - and it is always gratifying to have this recognized by others."

The winners of the PR Moment Awards will be announced on 2 march 2016. 


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