BOSTON--(The Publicity Club of New England, the region’s oldest not-for-profit public relations trade organization, today announced the Call for Entries for its Annual Bell Ringer Awards competition.)--
WHAT: The 44th Annual Bell Ringer Awards Ceremony, to be held on Monday, June 10, 2013, honors public relations and communications professionals from agencies, companies and other organizations across New England.
WHO: Public relations and communications professionals in the New England region. Full-time undergraduate and graduate students at a New England college or university are also encouraged to submit their Bell Worthy work. Additionally, professionals who handle communications assignments for entities within New England, are also eligible to submit their New England-based work.
WHEN: The early bird deadline is Friday, February 15, 2013 at 5 p.m. ET. The regular deadline to submit is Friday, March 15, 2013 at 5 p.m. ET. All late entries will be accepted with an additional fee up until Friday, March 22, 2013 at 5 p.m. ET.
About the Publicity Club of New England
Founded in 1949, The Publicity Club of New England is the region’s oldest not-for-profit public relations trade organization. The Publicity Club strives to promote and encourage involvement in the communications industry and specifically the professions of public relations, promotions and marketing. Additional information about monthly Publicity Club programs, social and networking events, the “Bell Ringer” blog, up-to-date Job Bank and the 2012 Bell Ringer Awards Ceremony, including a complete list of last year’s winners, can be found on the Club’s Web site at www.pubclub.org. Follow us on Twitter @PubClubofNE (#pcne).
About the Bell Ringer Awards (#Bellringer)
In 1969, on The Publicity Club of New England’s 20th anniversary, the Bell Ringer Awards program was instituted to recognize public relations work which demonstrates excellence in creative planning and professional education and exhibits a high degree of success in reaching predetermined objectives. Open to all New England practitioners, the program symbolizes one of the greatest tributes in any field of endeavor – the recognition of superior performance by one’s peers.