NP Strategy Adds Two SCPRSA Awards to Their Collection

May 8, 2019

Columbia, S.C. – To highlight a year of significant growth and quality services, NP Strategy (NPS+) brought home both a Silver Wing and Mercury Award from the South Carolina chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (SCPRSA). At SCPRSA’s annual Mercury & Silver Wing Awards Celebration, public relations professionals from around the state come together to recognize achievements from colleagues’ work and campaigns.

“To be recognized by industry peers is a significant honor for NP Strategy, especially as our firm continues to grow year after year,” said Heather Matthews, Director of NP Strategy. “Our goal is to provide the best product for our clients, and for that product to be recognized as among the best in South Carolina, is a testament to our team members and their work ethic.”

NP Strategy earned a Silver Wing Award of Excellence in Online Videos for their work on Introducing “Flip and Give,” an initiative with The Moore Company. The project produced a series of online videos, shared via The Moore Company’s Facebook page, which gave audience members the chance to watch and participate in the renovation of a Historic Shandon home, which will be donated to a charity.

NP Strategy also earned a Mercury Award in Content Marketing for “Running a New Race – Together,” the Q4 digital marketing campaign for Harvest Hope Food Bank that yielded a record number of donations for the Midlands-based non-profit.

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