Langley's PR Company is top of Table
Langley’s PR Company Top Northern Marketing Awards PR Agency Tally Table
Langley Castle Hotel’s PR consultancy, Catapult PR, has notched up the greatest number of award shortlistings of any specialist PR agency across the north in this year’s Northern Marketing Awards.
Catapult PR has been shortlisted for an outstanding four awards in the Northern Marketing Awards, which reward the best work conducted not just by PR agencies but by other marketing agencies too.
Langley’s PR consultancy is shortlisted for Best Low Budget Campaign, Best CSR Campaign, Best Tourism & Leisure Campaign and Best B2C Campaign, for work which involved creating and staging the very first Northumberland Day on behalf of Langley Castle.
Very few PR consultancies are shortlisted in the Northern Marketing Awards 2017 and Catapult PR believes it has double the number of shortlistings of any other.
Langley Castle’s owner, Dr Stuart Madnick, said: "This is just reward for a phenomenal campaign that saw Catapult inspiring communities, schools, businesses and tourism operators to get involved and turn Northumberland red and yellow on the inaugural Northumberland Day on May 28 2017.
“It also involved creating something super-sized here - the World’s Largest Stottie - which was unveiled at Langley Castle as a curtain-raiser to Northumberland Day. Additionally, Catapult devised the now much-loved ‘Northumbie Awards’ that rewarded the efforts of schools, villages and parishes and event organisers, whilst the team also embarked on a county wide workshop tour, to ignite the enthusiasm and increase participation.
“We are very proud to gain such recognition for our PR campaign and for the way in which we championed the call for a Northumberland Day and brought that vision to fruition.”
Catapult PR’s four nominations add to a further four shortlistings that it has already achieved in the CIPR PRide Awards 2017. The two award ceremonies take place on November 1 and 2.
Catapult is hoping to repeat its success in last year’s Northern Marketing Awards, in which it scooped the coveted N-shaped purple award in the Best Not-for-Profit campaign category. It would also like to move its total awards haul past the 24 mark that it has already achieved.