Clark Hill PLC Awarded Two Hermes Creative Awards for Corporate Social Responsibility and Creative Development
– Clark Hill PLC has been recognized by the prestigious Hermes Creative Awards for two projects: The Clark Hill Overview creative and the Clark Hill Cares community outreach program. The Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals manages the competition, which receives more than 4,400 entries annually.
“I’m pleased to accept these awards on behalf of our firm,” Clark Hill Chief Marketing Officer Don Lee said. “We put a lot of work into our marketing and community outreach efforts and it’s a tremendous validation to be recognized in this manner. We appreciate the time and consideration the panelist put into this program.”
The Clark Hill Overview is an outreach tool designed as a illustrative guide to the firm and its services. The firm developed the brochure as an introduction for clients looking for a comprehensive guide to the firm’s products and services.
The Clark Hill Cares Program is the pro-social community outreach branch of the firm. Clark Hill Cares promotes employee activism in the community by organizing philanthropic projects including volunteer projects, food drives, blood drives, participation fundraisers such as Race for the Cure and the American Heart Association Heart Walk, and additional community outreach. Since inception, the firm has officially hosted services days in all seven offices in which more than 200 of the firm’s employees set aside time and participate on the same day.
You can learn more about Clark Hill by visiting clarkhill.com. More information on Clark Hill Cares can be seen at clarkhill.com/cares or facebook.com/clarkhillcares.
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