Singer Associates, one of the West Coast’s leading public relations and corporate communications agencies, won the Best Crisis Communications Gold Bulldog Award for the agency’s communications campaign in the wake of an escaped tiger at the San Francisco Zoo.
Public relations giant and San Francisco based Singer Associates won a coveted Gold SABRE award - the equivalent of an Oscar in the PR world - the company announced Thursday. And they sure worked hard for that award.
Singer Associates, one of the West Coast's leading public relations and corporate communications agencies, won the coveted Gold SABRE Award presented by The Holmes Report for the agency's outstanding crisis communications achievements in the wake of an escaped tiger at the San Francisco Zoo.
San Francisco PR agency Singer Associates hoisted the Gold SABRE Award for "outstanding crisis communications" on behalf of the San Francisco Zoo amid the fallout from 2007's highly publicized escape and fatal tiger mauling at the zoo.
Recology™, formerly Norcal Waste Systems, the leader in resource recovery, formally changed its corporate name yesterday. The name change is rooted in the company’s 89-year heritage as one of the nation’s first urban recyclers.
For me: drinking + running = hilarious, crippling disaster. So, I'm not a big B2B participant. However, folks in this town love the Bay to Breakers, which is why I tuned in to watch yesterday's public hearing on the subject.
The debate over whether to legislate silliness (and occasional stupidity) has escalated several decibel levels in recent weeks with San Francisco's equivalent of the shot-heard-'round-the-world: the race organizer's proposal to ban floats and alcohol from the annual romp, which once billed itself as "the world's wackiest foot race."
In any other city in America, it probably wouldn't be necessary to tell participants in a 12-kilometer race that they are not allowed to strip to their running shoes and push a keg in a shopping cart while sipping a tall cold one.
It’s settled. There will be a 7.46-mile run, some colorful floats, but a ban on booze at the 98th annual ING Bay to Breakers race on May 17, according to a compromise detailed in a statement released by the Mayor’s Office on Friday.
To say the least, it would appear a creative challenge: promoting recycling to consumers using garbage trucks as the ad vehicle. But then again it makes a lot of sense.