Friday 30 April 2010

Connect PR hits the headlines!

As one account director far worthier than most once said... ‘It can be a feast or a famine in the world of PR.’

Never a truer word has been said! We’ve enjoyed a typically industrious week here at the Chub Buildings, but as the days have progressed, so too has the good news.

Our Volkswagen commercial vehicle dealership account has today given us some great news in the shape of 5 new retailers.

We currently look after the PR interests of 35 dealerships, and to have another five on board is credit to the work that Sue, Richard, Becki and Zoe are doing. Well done everyone!

And if that wasn’t enough, a school of fish is on the menu to keep our feast going.

Winning the Go Fishing account has been a brilliant catch for us all, and from small minnows doth mighty pikes grow.

Well, kind of. The new business could lead to some more interesting developments, so we will let you know how things progress on that score.

Our tried and trusted clients are also bringing home the bacon, not least WD-40, who enjoyed a right riveting day out at the Toolbank Show down the road in Halesowen on Thursday.

James Wade, the world darts superstar, was on hand to throw some scintillating arrows and grab the headlines in the trade press, as he pitted his skills against a number of wannabe tradesmen.

James, as you may know, is being sponsored by the famous lubricant, and the partnership continues to work across all forms of media, whether its regional, national or trade press.

And finally, in keeping with the feast or famine quote, we’d like to share with you Weston Park’s new Granary Grill restaurant, which opens tomorrow (May 1st).

We’ve always took a great deal of pleasure in getting publicity for the beautiful Staffordshire stately home (pictured), and our taste buds are already twitching ahead of the grand opening of Weston Park’s new eatery.

Situated in the Granary building and based around a state-of-the-art open plan kitchen and grill, Head Chef Guy Day's team will sizzle up lunch and dinner seven days a week. The menu features the very best in local produce - simply cooked.

Right then, all this talk of food is making us hungry. We’re off to McDonald’s to start the Bank Holiday weekend off in style.

Have a good one!
Connect PR

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