10 to 1 Public Relations wins 2 Spectrum Awards

A view of the Spectrum awards won by 10 to 1 Public Relations. (Submitted photo)

A view of the Spectrum awards won by 10 to 1 Public Relations. (Submitted photo)

Scottsdale-based 10 to 1 Public Relations won two 2016 Spectrum Awards at last night’s event at the Phoenix Art Museum hosted by the Phoenix Chapter of the American Marketing Association.

This is the 14th year for the event, which honors excellence in marketing in Arizona annually, according to a press release.

10 to 1 Public Relations won the top prize in both categories it was nominated. The first was in the Public Relations- National category for its PR campaign entitled “Mother’s Day 10,000 Rose Giveaway” on behalf of its client, Plexus Worldwide, the release states.

The second award was in the Public Relations- Local category for its PR campaign entitled “The $20,000 Business Elevator Pitch Contest” on behalf of its client, FirstBank,” according to the release.

“Creating new opportunities to grow positive awareness for our clients is our passion, and for the judges of this year’s Spectrum Awards to recognize our efforts as this year’s best in both the national and local public relations categories is very exciting,” said Josh Weiss, President of 10 to 1 Public Relations.

“As a smaller firm than many of the other nominees, it means even more to us that the judges, who are our professional peers, consider our campaigns among the year’s best.”

The company also watched in pride as its client Plexus Worldwide accepted the top award in the category for Best Sales Kit. 10 to 1 Public Relations wrote and submitted the nomination on Plexus’ behalf.

Leading to a sweep where each of the nominations it submitted by 10 to 1 Public Relations ultimately won their respective category’s top prize.

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