Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic was just notified that their grassroots hearing awareness campaign, Turn It Down: an EAR-Responsible Concert, was honored with a Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Totem Award.
The Totem Award’s honor the best work of communications professionals in Washington state, recognizing professional excellence and ingenuity in more than 25 categories, covering both public relations components and programs.
The Turn It Down: EAR-Responsible Concert was entered into the category of special events and observances for eight days or less. The innovation of a concert aimed at informing youth and musicians of the dangers of loud envoironments by demonstrating a safe listening zone gained a near perfect score in the 2009 award selection process.
“We are excited to see all of our hard work being recognized by our peers,” said Marketing Director Jody Norwood. “We are so proud to be able to offer this event for the community, and share our passion for hearing preservation with youth and musicians.”
The clinic has begun preparations for the 2009 Turn It Down Concert and Better Hearing and Speech Month celebration this May. Stay tuned for information on the date, musical entertainment, freebies, and more!
You can learn more about the Totem Awards and Public Relations Society of America official site.