KPS3 receives 6 awards, Best of Show at PRSA Sierra Nevada Silver Spikes

KPS3, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm, was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Sierra Nevada Chapter with multiple honors at the 2019 Silver Spikes Awards. The Silver Spikes are awarded to the best in public relations tactics, programs and professionals in the community.

KPS3 submitted entries in five categories and received six award designations. KPS3 received four Silver Spikes, the organization’s top honor, one Bronze Spike and a Best of Show for earning a perfect score on Galaxy Theatre’s Victorian Square Grand Opening.

Best of Show – Obtained a score of 100 and the first year perfect scores were given

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Silver Spike Awards

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Bronze Spike Award

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Jancy Ulch, PR coordinator at KPS3, received the Outstanding New Practitioner Award by the chapter for her contributions and great work on behalf of KPS3’s clients and in the community.

“It is incredible to see the work that we do recognized for excellence in the strategic communications industry,” said Chrisie Yabu, APR, vice president of public relations for KPS3. “We do great work for deserving clients with data as the centerpoint of our success. It is an honor to partner with such terrific clients.”

KPS3 received the national PRSA Silver Anvil Award earlier this year for their work with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, the only Nevada-based agency to earn a top national PR award for meeting the highest standards of performance in the profession.

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