PRSA Colorado Announces Public Relations 2010 Gold Pick Award Winners
DENVER–The Colorado Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) hosted its annual Gold Pick Awards May 6 at the Marriott City Center in downtown Denver, where nearly 50 awards were presented to recognize the state’s top communications professionals, public relations firms, organizations and business leaders.
The evening included nine top awards, including PR Person of the Year, which was presented to Amy Sufak, president, Red Energy Public Relations. The PR Person of the Year Award recognizes outstanding achievement in the Public Relations profession.
Sufak was acknowledged for excellence in her work serving a nationwide customer-base, extensive pro bono work for area non-profits, and the Red Energy Development Program in which she mentors graduate and undergraduate university students who earn college credit through internships at Red Energy. In less than 2 years, Red Energy has added 17 new clients, in various industries including national franchises, technology, entertainment, healthcare, real estate, consumer products and the luxury retirement community industry.
In addition to individual awards, the top public relations campaigns and tactics from the past year were recognized with either Gold Pick or Silver Pick awards.
About Red Energy Public Relations
Red Energy is a full-service public relations and advertising agency headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado that works with corporate, non-profit and government organizations nationwide coordinating advertising, event planning, website and graphic design, strategic communication, exhibit design and writing projects. They produced the nation’s first-ever Showcase of Retirement Communities, and was featured on CNBC & MSNBC.
The Public Relations Society of America is the world’s largest organization for public relations, advancing the profession and the professional. The Colorado Chapter, based in Denver, is one of 100 chapters nationwide. PRSA has nearly 32,000 professional and student members – nearly 500 of whom belong to the Colorado Chapter.