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Community Relations

  • Elmore Public Relations –  Paving the Way for a Public Meeting: Hemwick Place Asphalt Roadway Reconstruction Project

  • Harris County Appraisal District – HCAD and AMOS: Partners in Public Service

Reputation/Brand Management

  • Love Advertising – John Moore Services Winter Storm Uri Response

Events and Observances

  • Coyne PR Big Rigs Get Their Time to Shine at Shell Rotella SuperRigs

  • Elmore Public Relations – Confluence on the Bayou: Celebrating Public Art Along the Houston’s Bayou Trails

  • HillDay Public Relations – AMTEX Green Oaks Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

  • Love Advertising – Texas Renaissance Festival 47th Annual Season

Public Service/Non-Profit Campaigns

  • Elmore Public Relations – Highlighting Houston’s Literacy Crisis: Houston Reads Day

  • Love Advertising – Houston Afghan Resettlement Fund

Marketing Consumer Products and Services

  • The CKP Group – Cool Bev Summer: McDonald’s + Coca-Cola

Crisis Communications and Issues Management

  • Ward – Restoring Resident Confidence After the Perfect Storm

Internal Communications

  • Schlumberger – Engage to Excel: Your Voice is Heard – Your Opinion Counts

Investor Relations/Financial Communications

  • Primoris Services Corporation – Building Momentum

Multicultural Public Relations

  • HillDay Public Relations MWBE Marketing Communications for the Hensel Phelps FIS Renovation & Expansion Project at Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston

Integrated Communications

  • The CKP Group – Celebrating Houston’s Ritmo Y Color

  • LFD Communications – Lightscape: A New Holiday Tradition

Most Effective Campaign on a Shoestring Budget ($5,000 or less)

  • FAR Public Relations – CPR & Safety Lady Media Relations Campaign

  • University of Houston – University of Houston March Madness Campaign



  • University of HoustonNCAA Landing Page

  • University of HoustonResearch Reaching Houston

  • University of HoustonUH Go App


  • Coyne PRPennzoil Virtual Panel Discussion – The Road Map to a More Sustainable Future: Avoiding, Reducing & Offsetting

  • University of Houston – President’s Fall Address

Social Media

  • Felicia Renee Griffin – Executive Social Media

  • University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering – Celebrating 80 Years of the Cullen College


  • Felicia Renee Griffin – Houston’s COVID Recovery is a Snapshot Within the Big Picture of our Community

  • University of Houston – The Bigt Idea Blog

Creative or Unconventional Tactics

  • The CKP Group – Influencing Excitement for MyMcDonald’s Rewards


  • The CKP GroupReal McDonald’s Success Stories

  • Harris County Flood Control District Little Cypress Creek Frontier Program Video

  • University of Houston – UH Holiday Greeting

  • University of Houston – Who’s House? Coogs House! 


  • Harris County Flood Control District The Watermark Employee Newsletter

  • The University of Texas MD AndersonPromise Newsletter


  • University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering – Parameters – UH Cullen College of Engineering Magazine

  • University of Houston – University of Houston Spring and Fall 2021 Magazines

Special Publications

  • Harris County Flood Control District – By the Numbers: Activity Since Hurricane Harvey (August 2021) 

Annual Reports

  • Primoris Services Corporation - Building America's Future, Today 

  • University of Houston Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Services - 2020-2021 UH Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Services Annual Report 

Special Projects

  • Quill & Ink – Copywriting: Preserving Historical Significance 

News Release

  • Elmore Public Relations  Announcing Brookfield Properties’ The Highlight

Feature Stories*

  • The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center – Promise Newsletter: Patient Mosaic Feature 


  • Big Oak Tree Media – If Not You, Then Who? Podcast

  • Coyne PR – Pennzoil Goes into Your Speakers from Under the Hood with Michael’s Motor Alley Podcast!

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