How we told our friends about our awards

logo pic compWe hate to gloat, but we won an award last week – in fact three. Our senior consultant, Andy Weltch, sent out an email to various contacts that we thought was worth sharing more widely.

Good morning!

 Please forgive the mass BCC email.

Those who know me (and as you’re receiving this, I guess you do) will know I don’t like to blow my own trumpet. At least not since that ill-judged Miles Davis tribute act, but let’s not go there.

However, this is to let you know that Weltch Media has been lucky enough to win a BestFor PR Award – in fact three! We are the first in Wales to receive the honour, so quite a coup!

We’ve been awarded gold in the Wales ‘region’ and silver for our work in sport and in public services.

We’ve posted the news on the Weltch Media site

If you’re on this list, you are probably a former client, a kindly media person or other friendly fellow. In any case, you probably played some part in this success, so please consider yourself name-checked in the virtual acceptance speech – drink-addled and incoherent as it would probably be.

We’ve sent a release to the small handful of media people who might have use of it; but if anyone else wants a copy, just let me know.

Thank you, and have a great weekend!

Best wishes,

Andy Weltch (and Allie Lawson, without whom etc…)

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