One Month Until North American SABRE Deadline
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One Month Until North American SABRE Deadline

Entry forms can be downloaded from the Holmes Report website, and the company has launched a SABRE Awards blog, which includes information on categories, deadlines and judges, as well as advice on compiling a winning award entry

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NEW YORK—There is one month to go until the early deadline for the North American 2011 SABRE Awards competition.

 

The SABRE (Superior Achievement in Branding and Reputation) Awards recognize excellence in public relations programming, and have a 20-year heritage in the United States, where last year’s competition attracted more than 1,800 entries and attracted more than 800 industry leaders to the annual SABRE dinner in New York’s Cipriani.

 

Entries will be judged by representatives of major American corporations include Selim Bingol (General Motors), Tom Buckmaster (Honeywell), Jack Daly (McDonald’s), Ray Day (Ford), Chuck Greener (Walgreens), \Doug Michelman (Visa), and Charlie Perkins (Ernst & Young), anagency leaders such as Fred Cook (GolinHarris), Rob Flaherty (Ketchum), Andy Polansky (Weber Shandwick), Paul Taaffe (Hill & Knowlton), Jim Allman (DeVries), Amy Binder (RF Binder), Tom Coyne (Coyne PR), and Marina Maher (Marina Maher Communications).

 

Entry forms can be downloaded from the Holmes Report website, and the company has launched a SABRE Awards blog, which includes information on categories, deadlines and judges, as well as advice on compiling a winning award entry

 

 

 

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