C2 Strategic wins multiple PRSA “Landmarks of Excellence” Awards

Multiple public relations and marketing communications projects by C2 Strategic Communications earned praise at the 2021 Landmarks of Excellence Awards by the Public Relations Society of America Bluegrass Chapter.

Members of the C2 Strategic team attended the Oct. 14 event at the Kentucky Derby Museum to network, celebrate a successful year and receive their awards.

Kerri Richardson, Rachel Nix, Hayley Robb, Amber Marsden, Steven Richard, Kaitlin Keane, Berry Craig and Ed Green attend the PRSA Landmarks of Excellence Awards.

Communications professionals in other PRSA regions judge each year’s award entries to score them based on purpose, audience, objectives and results. Only projects with a strong strategy that meet their outlined goals in creative and effective ways earn these prestigious industry awards.

Winning projects submitted by C2 Strategic included:

Audio/Video Communications – Interviews/Testimonials – Award of Merit

For a video testimonial from the “At Home at River Ridge” series with Mister “P” Express providing a first-hand account of the advantages of locating at River Ridge Commerce Center. Watch the video here.

Overall Communications Program – Coronavirus Communications – Award of Merit

For a virtual event series with Luckett & Farley created to help navigate the post-pandemic workspace connecting thought leaders and industry experts with corporate decision-makers. See the case study.

Overall Communications Program – Special Events – Award of Merit

For a media event celebrating the partnership of several community banks spearheaded by Republic Bank & Trust to fill a $10 million funding gap for the Louisville Urban League’s Norton Healthcare Sports and Learning Center. Learn more about this event.

Overall Communications Program – Internal Communications – Honorable Mention

For a strategic communications and rebranding effort for Kentuckians for Better Transportation to improve and strengthen communications with members, allies and stakeholders. See the case study.

Congrats to all our winners – and thank you to our clients for trusting us to build the right communications programs to meet your goals this year.

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