Exponent PR was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America with three 2021 Anvil Awards. Together with Colle McVoy and client partner Little Free Library, the agency won a prestigious 2021 Silver Anvil Award for the Read in Color program. This international initiative was recognized in the Most Effective Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Campaign, Nonprofit Organizations category for its exceptional efforts to amplify BIPOC and LGBTQ voices and foster understanding, empathy and inclusion for all by delivering diverse books to Little Free Library book-sharing boxes worldwide.
Exponent was also recognized with a Bronze Anvil Award, winning first place in the Magazines category for C magazine’s “Working Together With Purpose” with CHS Inc. It also received the Award of Commendation for the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation’s “Inspiring Americans to Leave Pandemic Stress in Their Wake” campaign in the Media Relations, Nonprofit Organizations category.
“We are so honored with this recognition, which represents the power of partnership and how modern PR can galvanize a creative idea and multiply its impact exponentially,” said Tom Lindell, managing director, Exponent PR.
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