The Results Are in Part 2 … 2017 IABC Music City Gold Pen Awards

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MP&F had a strong showing at the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Music City Gold Pen Awards ceremony last week at Noah Liff Opera Center. In total, for our work on behalf of our clients, we won nine awards of excellence and five awards of merit. Below is the list of MP&F’s winning projects. Award of Excellence Winners  Community Relations: nMotion Media Relations: Marine Week Nashville Digital Communications: Marine Week Nashville Community Relations Marine Week Nashville Marketing, Advertising and Brand Communication Marine Week Nashville Publications Marine Week Nashville Social Media Programs Marine Week Nashville Communication Research Marine Week Nashville … Read More

The Results are in… 2017 Parthenon Awards

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MP&F had a great showing at the awards ceremony this week for the Nashville chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. We won more Parthenons than any other agency, collecting a total of 36 awards (15 Parthenons and 21 awards of merit). Our work on behalf of the U.S. Marine Corps for Marine Week Nashville collected the most hardware with eight Parthenons and two awards of merit and also was a finalist for the Best of Show award. Below is a total list of MP&F’s winning projects. Parthenon Winners Project Media Relations-Media Placement: Marine Week Nashville New Media: Marine … Read More

2016 Year in Review

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It’s been a banner year for MP&F! In 2016, we helped more than 100 clients across a variety of industries connect with their audiences through media relations, advertising, social media, web design, event management, community relations, grassroots outreach, video and more. We’re proud to share these highlights with you: Thank you for your support! Your friends at MP&F Public Relations

Nashville MTA/RTA Releases nMotion Recommendations

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After more than 16 months of public outreach and community engagement, the project team for the strategic planning process known as nMotion presented recommendations to the Boards of the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (Nashville MTA) and Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA) today. After a presentation and discussion on the components of the plan, board members voted to send the recommendations out for public comments so that people have an opportunity to provide feedback prior to approval by the boards at their respective meetings next month. The 30-day public comment period opened immediately after the meeting and comments will … Read More