Ring The Bell! InkHouse takes home five Bell Ringer awards

Jun 15, 2020 Jackie D'Andrea

As in most industries, award events for PR are typically a chance to catch up with former coworkers, celebrate with current colleagues, and appreciate the hard work that has been done over the past year. This year, as in with most things, the biggest night for New England PR agencies was different. The PR Club of New England moved its annual Bell Ringer Awards to a virtual platform. Over the course of two days, the PR Club announced awards recognizing integrated campaigns, media placements, design elements and local and national PR efforts. And while we weren’t able to hear the award winners in person, the InkHouse team still had plenty to celebrate. 

One of our company values is “We hate to lose” and the results definitely mirrored that sentiment. The InkHouse team was awarded five Bells - one for each of our submissions! What was especially exciting to see was the diversity of our entries. We received Bells for our work in design and with non-profit, consumer, healthcare and security clients. 

And the winners are….

  • A Gold Bell for the Organic Valley team’s “Call Us Crazy, But It’s Working” national consumer PR campaign that showcased the client’s cooperative model, commitment to animal welfare & its high-quality organic food in the market. 
  • A Silver Bell for the PUMA team’s successful media event that launched PUMA’s 5th Ave Flagship store in New York City. 
  • A Silver Bell for the ERA Coalition team for the redesign of their website and creation of other owned media to help spread the Constitutional need for an equal future by ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment. 
  • A Bronze Bell for the PatientKeeper team for the integrated marketing communications campaign, “How EHR Optimization Can Impact Physician Burnout Crisis,” combined paid, earned, and owned tactics to reach health IT decision-makers.
  • A Merit Award for the Checkmarx team’s national media strategy around the “Checkmarx Samsung/Google Android Vulnerability Research Campaign,” which highlighted the vulnerabilities affecting Google and Samsung Android smartphones in 2019.  

While these awards represent only a fraction of the stellar work these account teams and the rest of the agency churns out on a daily, monthly, yearly basis, they do exemplify some of the best qualities of our team - its creativity, tenacity, kindness and the willingness to try new things. 

Congratulations to all the other award recipients. Your excellent work inspires us and pushes us to continue to raise the bar for ourselves and our clients. For a full list of winners, check out the PR Club’s website

Topics: InkHouse, awards, PR Club of New England's Bell Ringer Awards, client work
Jackie D'Andrea

Jackie’s passion for storytelling and eye for detail help her stay ahead of her clients’ needs across several industries, from higher education to security and tech. She’s responsible for knowing what’s hot in her clients’ industries, where the next opportunity lies, and what clients need before they ask. She thrives on the relationships she builds and is always looking for new ways to tell her clients’ stories.

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