Friday 21 May 2010

Connect PR hits the headlines!

Is Wolverhampton’s Queen Square fountain really the eighth wonder of the world? And are white sports vests really that fashionable?

Who cares. They’ve both never been more popular or more well used in the heart of the Black Country this week, which can only mean one thing...It’s getting warm!

The heat is on in the Connect PR office in the city as well, as we go full steam ahead with a number of bubbling ideas and initiatives for our clients.

With that, where better to begin than with Baxi, the UK’s leading heating manufacturers!

We’re proud to be associated with the brand’s new revolutionary Ecogen boiler, which heralds the most important step-change for the home heating industry since the condensing boiler.

Not only does the Ecogen tackle fuel poverty issues and significantly cut carbon emissions, but it actually creates electricity every time you use it. In short, it’s a bloody impressive piece of kit.

We’re going to conducting a radio campaign and video feature about all of this, with the help of another Olympic gold medal hero. Stay tuned!

Steam is also coming off our pencils, or should we say pens, as Lizzie gets to grips with a clutch of Uni-ball pen campaigns.

The Lazy Oaf Drawing Club sponsored by Posca was back for its second year, bringing an ultimate evening of scribbling, scrawling and damn right doodling.

The doodle-tastic event took place in Soho last night, to great acclaim.

No sooner had it finished than Lizzie was back on one of Richard Branson’s finest carriages up to Manchester, for a Euro-cultured street art event in Manchester.

Pupils from St Ambrose Barlow High School in Swinton were today working alongside vinyl designer Matt Jones to illustrate and create a window mural which was brought to at ‘Piccadilly Place’.

To quote Jimmy Cricket…And there’s more!

More now, in the shape of Goodyear’s annual charity ball at the Forest of Arden hotel.

Hazel, Lee, Lizzie and Zoe ditched the white vests for some stylish evening wear at our client’s glitzy fundraiser.

A total of £8,000 was raised during the evening for Teenage Cancer Trust and Breast Cancer Care.

We were delighted to be a part of the evening, as the picture shows!

Have a great weekend!

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