Laughlin Constable announced that it has been awarded three Publicity Club of Chicago Trumpet Awards, which honor distinguished individual achievements in public relations, marketing and communications. The agency was awarded for work on behalf of clients North Shore Bank, Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) and O&H Danish Bakery.
“I’m incredibly proud that our PR team’s hard work can be recognized and honored in this way,” said Kris Naidl, APR, executive vice president and managing director of PR at Laughlin Constable. “We’re fortunate to have fantastic clients that allow us to produce strategic, award-winning campaigns such as these.”
The agency, along with client North Shore Bank, was awarded a Golden Trumpet for its regional and national media relations campaign to promote awareness of a national coin shortage during the pandemic and the community bank’s campaign to address it.
The agency also won Silver Trumpets for media relations work on behalf of client O&H Danish Bakery announcing its highly anticipated, annual holiday Kringle, and on behalf of CPI for its public awareness and education work with the world leader in de-escalation training amid the pandemic.
Hundreds of brands and agencies entered the 62nd Publicity Club of Chicago Golden Trumpet Awards.
Earlier this year, Laughlin Constable was also awarded a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Bronze Anvil and two Bronze Anvil Awards of Commendation.
“Just this year alone, our team has had numerous campaigns recognized among some of the top brands and agencies in the country, and we’re thrilled to keep challenging ourselves to do more,” added Naidl