The entries entitled: "Giving Golf Course Architects a Voice" emphasised the first stage of the strategy and work EIGCA's PR Consultant, Lindsey Collumbell, has put in place to meet her brief of "turning EIGCA into a widely-recognised body for golf course design within the golfing community".
The EIGCA has been recognised in the Arts, Culture and Sport and Not-for-Profit categories, and Lindsey used EIGCA as the case study which sees her also being shortlisted in the Outstanding Independent PR Practitioner category - which she has already won twice before.
"The CIPR PRide Awards recognise the outstanding work by PR practitioners across the UK. The stringent judging process involves a panel of industry experts and only a small number of entries have matched EIGCA in being shortlisted across multiple categories. The CIPR is my professional body and through its awards, promotes and recognises best practice. I am delighted and proud that the work I am doing for EIGCA and its members has been recognised in this light. Fingers crossed for a few trophies when the winners are announced on 25th November," says Lindsey Collumbell.
Note: each category will have a Gold (overall) winner and a Silver (runner-up) with the remainder of the shortlist classed as Finalists.