Sachs Media Group was honored with five Golden Image Awards and an Award of Distinction at yesterday’s 2014 Florida Public Relations Association Conference. Each of the winning campaigns includes a custom, targeted traditional, digital and measurable approach for a maximum return on investment for the client.
“This is the highest honor that can be achieved in any category for the meaningful and diverse work we do for our clients,” said Ron Sachs, president and CEO of Sachs Media Group. “This is an amazing outcome and by far, the largest ‘Gold Rush’ in the proud 19-year history of our firm.”
This year, Sachs Media Group won five Golden Image Awards for a broad array of work, including the Lauren’s Kids “Don’t Miss the Signs” campaign, the Florida Healthy Kids “Back to School” campaign and annual report, the Florida High School Athletic Association’s crisis communication campaign and Ricky Carmichael Racing’s social engagement campaign. The firm also received an “Award of Distinction” for a self-promotion project that went viral globally called, “Rock & Roll Heaven” that exposed the firm to tens of millions of people.
Sachs Media Group was honored among dozens of other PR practitioners from around the state and tips its hat to this year’s Dick Pope All Florida Golden Image Award-winner, Bow Stern, for the City of Tallahassee’s StarMetro electric bus fleet marketing campaign.
The Golden Image Awards competition is conducted annually by the Florida Public Relations Association to recognize outstanding public relations programs in Florida and to encourage and promote the development of public relations professionalism in the state.