PRINZ Awards 2009

The case studies presented are a selection of highly commended and winning entries from the 35th PRINZ Awards in 2009.

2009 PRINZ Awards Case Studies


35th PRINZ Awards Winning and Highly Commended entries

Supreme Award

Aspartame - facts and fiction - Donnell Alexander, Jane Dodd, Silke Marsh, Network PR

Corporate Public Relations Winner

12 Days of Christmas - Sarah Aldworth, Ainslie Stevenson, Auckland Airport

Corporate Public Relations Highly Commended

That's Good! - Philip Renner, Ian Anthony, Verdict Communications

Government or Quasi Government Public Relations Winner

Change to a new recycling service for Manukau - Daryl McIntosh, Manukau City Council

Internal Communications Winner

On the way to the Agency - Establishment of the NZ Transport Agency - Ann Kennedy-Perkins, AKP Communications Limited

Limited Budget Public Relations Winner

3M Scotch-Brite Survey - Emily Davies, Helena Carroll, Kristie Penwarden, Professional Public Relations

Limited Budget Public Relations Highly Commended

Black & Decker Oldest Power Tool Competition - Aleisha Coote, Kate Campbell, Professional Public Relations

Marketing Public Relations Winner

International Year of the Potato - Glenda Gourley, Potatoes New Zealand

Marketing Public Relations Highly Commended

The Durex Product Tester Online Campaign - Kristie Penwarden, Professional Public Relations

Not for Profit Public Relations Winner

Brain Awareness Week 2009 - Gemma Doughty, Lwindi Ellis, DraftFCB

Not for Profit Public Relations Highly Commended

New Zealand Blood Service Celebrates World Blood Donor Day 2008 - Katherine Litten, Jane Dodd, Simon Clark, Network PR

Special Event or Project Winner (joint)

Whales, Dolphins and swimmers - oh my! - Sioux Campbell, Chameleon Public Relations Ltd

Aspartame - facts and fiction - Donnell Alexander, Jane Dodd, Silke Marsh, Network PR

Special Event or Project Highly Commended (joint)

STIHL Chainsaw Safety Awareness Week 2008 - Alice Moros, Holly McClune, Jessica McColl, Claudia Macdonald, Mango

Microsoft Tech Ed 2008 - Campbell Hodgetts, Consultus

Sustained Public Relations Winner

Launch of the Emirates A380 to New Zealand - Robert Wallace, Kate Campbell, Aleisha Coote, Katy Millar, Professional Public Relations

Sally Logan-Milne Young Practitioner of the Year

Megan Hopkins-Stone | Ports of Auckland Limited

Tertiary Student Winner

OneForTheGirls HPV Immunisation Campaign - Daniel Waugh, Mary-Louise Dare, Matt Vogts, Emma Voerman, Claire Lancaster, Rebecca Gillespie, AUT University