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NP Strategy Honored for Communications Work Recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators S.C.

NP Strategy received the “Award of Merit” in the category of “Special Events” on Nov. 3, 2016 at the International Association of Business Communicators (“IABC”) S.C. Chapter’s 2016 Palmetto Awards, recognizing the NP Strategy team’s work with the Nestlé Waters North America Chesterfield County plant grand opening event.

The award recognizes NP Strategy’s planning and execution of the two-day event, hosting nearly a thousand community leaders and citizens to welcome NestléWaters North America’s $40 million bottling facility to Chesterfield County. 

“We have been honored to serve Nestlé Waters North America and we are grateful for the recognition of our work,” said Heather (Hoopes) Matthews, NP Strategy Director.  “These exciting events were a highlight of 2016 for our entire NP Strategy team.”

As part of the grand opening events, guests participated in a ceremonial ribbon cutting, tours of the impressive bottling facility and presentations on the scientific studies and management of the Swift Springs site which supplies spring water to the bottling plant. 

The 2016 Palmetto Awards is an annual event hosted by IABC S.C.  Awards recognize excellence in communication strategy, planning and execution.  In total, 40 awards were presented to organizations from throughout South Carolina.

 

About NP Strategy

NP Strategy is a veteran group of professionals from media, public policy, public relations and business backgrounds. We bring our wealth of experience to bear to positively impact our clients. NP Strategy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Nexsen Pruet law firm.  For more information, visit www.npstrat.com.

 

Feature Photo:  NP Strategy team members pose with their award at the 2016 Palmetto Awards, hosted by the IABC S.C. Chapter. (From left to right: Blenda Crout, Marcia Purday, Heather Matthews and Emily Eckert)

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