RALEIGH, NC – Sinclair Public Affairs, a North Carolina-based public affairs consulting firm with offices in Raleigh and Charlotte, was recently named a national finalist in the Public Affairs Campaign category for the 2019 PRNEWS Digital Awards– which recognize outstanding work in digital communications and campaigns.
Sinclair was nominated for its work with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) in Kentucky on a branding campaign for the Kentucky Credit Union League. In just two months, Sinclair helped to establish the League as a recognizable brand, enhance good will with the state, and pass House Bill 139, which would require a financial literacy course for Kentucky high school students.
Sinclair is one of three finalists in the Public Affairs Campaign category, joining Chicago-based Flowers Communication Group and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. The complete nominee list for the Awards includes an array of prestigious companies – Playstation, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett-Packard, Marriott International, AT&T, and many more.
Winners will be announced at the Digital Awards Breakfast on Oct. 18th at The Yale Club in New York City.
“We are honored to receive a nomination for this national award alongside so many talented companies and organizations,” said Chris Sinclair, Sinclair Public Affairs Founder & CEO. “Our team worked diligently with CUNA and the Kentucky Credit Union League to create a successful campaign for their members. The nomination is a testament to our firm and the hard work we do for all our clients.”
For more information about Sinclair’s work for CUNA, view this case study about the campaign: sinclairpublicaffairs.com/kentucky-credit-union.
Sinclair Public Affairs serves corporate, individual and political interests as they intersect in the public sphere. The company focuses on crisis and issue management, campaign management, and public affairs strategy. We have worked closely with local, regional and national organizations and brands including Tesla, Vaya Health, Briar Chapel, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North Carolina REALTORS®, and the National Association of Home Builders to develop messaging and communication strategies that served to manage perceptions and reputations, as well as win issue and political campaigns.