JPW Communications (JPW) is proud to announce that two of its projects won top regional awards from the Public Relations Society of America-Inland Empire Chapter (PRSA-IE).
The winning projects were a quarterly newsletter created for Western Municipal Water District (Western), as well as a community relations campaign and overall public relations campaign for a major water pipeline construction project—both of which nabbed the prestigious Polaris award, the top honor.
“Meaningful and transparent communication with our customers is a top priority to Western,” said Western’s Communication Manager Rachel McGuire. “We are pleased that our outreach efforts received such a prestigious award from our local chapter of PRSA, a nationally recognized and respected association, honoring our commitment to open and accessible communication.”
Entries were judged by senior-level public relations practitioners from a PRSA sister chapter.
“We’re proud of our work with JPW Communications because it has furthered our mission to be as proactive and engaging as possible when it comes to our stakeholders,” said McGuire, who accepted the honors during the Inland Empire Chapter’s annual awards program on Nov. 9.
“It’s collaborations like these with Western that inspire and drive us,” said JPW President Jenny Windle. “Our passion is public sector communications, and it means so much when we are honored for the work we do on behalf of our clients."
MORE ABOUT THE PRSA-IE
Formed in 1965, the PRSA-IE brings together public relations professionals in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. This chapter is part of the Public Relations Society of America, headquartered in New York City, and is the world's largest professional organization for public relations professionals, with more than 30,000 members, organized into 100-plus chapters nationwide, who represent business and industry, counseling firms, government, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit organizations.