6 April 2012 - 11:13am | posted by | 0 comments

Hair Solved, First Call and the U.S. Kids Golf European Championships appoint Holyrood PR

Hair Solved, First Call and the U.S. Kids Golf European Championships appoint Holyrood PRHair Solved, First Call and the U.S. Kids Golf European Championships

Holyrood Partnership has announced three client wins: Hair Solved, First Call and the U.S. Kids Golf European Championships, with the later appointing the agency to handle its media relations for the fourth year running.

Female hair loss company Hair Solved asked the PR and social media agency to work on a campaign to raise the profile of its new Glasgow clinic.

The agency will also provide media relations for First Call, a UK wide home assistance company, promoting the services and successes of the company.

Raymond Notarangelo, co-founder of Holyrood PR, said: “To secure three new contracts within just a matter of weeks is fantastic news and shows the continued recognition of the strength of the agency.

“In particular, it’s great to get to work with the team at U.S. Kids Golf for the fourth year running and our challenge is to make this year’s event bigger than ever. It’s a great event that showcases the best in young talent in golf and it is a unique campaign that we love working on.

“We are looking forward to working with all three of our new clients and have some fantastic ideas lined up for each.”

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