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Thursday, May 27, 2010

THO Wins Three Hermes Creative Awards

Distinctions include platinum and gold awards of excellence
TORRANCE, Calif.—May 26, 2010—The Hoyt Organization, a full-service public relations agency based in the greater Los Angeles area, has been named the recipient of three prestigious awards in the Hermes Creative Awards 2010 competition administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP).  
The agency, which specializes in representing national real estate and professional services firms, was honored with three awards; a platinum award in the publications category for feature article writing on behalf of RTKL Associates Inc, a gold award in the newspaper category for Charles Dunn Company media placements and an honorable mention in the magazine category for an editorial piece headlining one of the co-founders of Pircher, Nichols & Meeks.
“In this economy, where many companies are struggling to survive rather than celebrating their achievements, we're honored to be recognized by the AMCP,” said Leeza Hoyt, APR, president of The Hoyt Organization. “Public relations can certainly provide an excellent return on investment as companies evaluate their marketing outreach efforts.”
The 2010 Hermes Awards, honoring excellence in 143 program and campaign categories, recognizes outstanding achievement in the concept, writing and design of traditional and emerging media. The international competition was open to several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, PR, media production, web and freelance professionals.
To date, The Hoyt Organization has won more than 100 awards from national communications associations including the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The 25-year-old agency has represented some of the built environment’s most respected companies including Lee & Associates, a national real estate brokerage firm; Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; and RTKL, an international architectural firm.


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