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Adam Ritchie Brand Direction wins Four Silver Anvils from the PRSA

PRSA_Silver Anvil Award

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction received four Silver Anvil Awards from the Public Relations Society of America. The categories included Marketing for Consumer Products: Packaged Goods, Marketing for Consumer Products: Food & Beverage, Integrated Communications for Consumer Products: Food & Beverage and Most Effective Shoestring Campaign: Business. The jury called the work, “a breakthrough idea…compelling and fresh…ingenious planning…dogged pursuit of the objectives…above and beyond…innovative thinking to create a unique product and experience.” Established in 1945, the Silver Anvils are the PR industry’s most iconic award, recognizing “the best strategic public relations campaigns and the highest standards of performance for the profession.” (PRSA)


PRSA Recognizes Adam Ritchie Brand Direction with Three Bronze Anvils

PRSA_Bronze Anvil Award

The Public Relations Society of America presented Adam Ritchie Brand Direction with a Bronze Anvil Award for Branded Content in Arts, Sports and Entertainment, and two Bronze Anvil Awards of Commendation for Branded Content in Consumer Products and Media Relations in Packaged Goods. The jury called the work, “a fantastic example of what this industry needs more of: original creativity and a lot of fun…multifaceted…well-researched, produced and executed…successful in creating buzz, sales and communicating brand messages.” The Bronze Anvils represent “the best of the best in public relations tactics that contribute to the success of overall programs or campaigns.” (PRSA)

Telly Awards Honors Adam Ritchie Brand Direction, Twice

Telly Awards

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction received two Telly Awards in Social, Arts & Entertainment and Craft, Use of Music. The Telly Awards honors work from leading producers across all screens, for nearly four decades. More than 12,000 entries were submitted from five continents, and were judged by executives from Hearst, ESPN, Vice and Vimeo.

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction a Finalist in the SABRE Awards


The Holmes Report announced Adam Ritchie Brand Direction is a finalist in the Guerrilla Marketing category of the SABRE Awards North America. The competition attracted more than 2,000 entries and “recognizes campaigns that demonstrate the highest levels of strategic planning, creativity and business results.”

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction a Finalist for Four Silver Anvils

PRSA Silver Anvil Awards Finalists

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction was announced as a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Silver Anvil Finalist in multiple categories and is tied with H+M Communications/Padilla as the most nominated agency behind Edelman and Ketchum/DeVries. The Silver Anvils are the longest-running public relations competition and “honor organizations that have successfully addressed a contemporary public relations issue with exemplary professional skill, creativity and resourcefulness, contribute to the public relations body of knowledge and become part of the history of the profession.” (PRSA)

PRWeek Awards Adam Ritchie Brand Direction Top Honors, Twice

PRWeek U.S. Awards

Adam Ritchie Brand Direction won Best in Creative Excellence and Best in Arts, Entertainment, Sports and Media at the PRWeek U.S. Awards. The jury described the work as “innovative…an outstanding concept and a truly original idea – flawlessly executed…ambitious, brave and non-traditional…this represents the future of our business.” The agency was also a finalist for Best in Social Media. The PRWeek Awards are “the Oscars of the PR industry.” (PRWeek) (Bulldog Reporter)

The Shorty Awards Shortlists Adam Ritchie Brand Direction

Shorty Awards

The Shorty Awards, which “honor the top content creators, influencers, brands and organizations on social media” has added Adam Ritchie Brand Direction to its shortlist. Entries from around the world are judged by the Real Time Academy of Short Form Arts & Sciences on “creativity, innovation, use of platform and overall effectiveness.”