Welcome to the the list of the top 5 things we loved working on during the months of October & November 2017.
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1. DOWN ROYAL RACECOURSE FESTIVAL OF RACING
Love PR launched the Down Royal Festival of Racing at the Ulster Museum for sponsors, media and stakeholders. The festival was officially launched by Belfast boxer and former WBA super featherweight world champion Carl Frampton, a previous attendee to Down Royal. The festival, the highlight of the racing year at the Co. Down racecourse, took place over two days on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th November which saw the National Hunt Horse Racing descend upon the Co. Down race track. Key moments from the festival included the JNWine.com Champion Chase and the Victoria Square Best Dressed Lady Competition with a spectacular winning prize of a ten night trip to Rio de Janeiro. The next race meeting takes place on Boxing Day, 26th December. For details go to www.downroyal.com
2. UNICORN GROUP PURCHASE FORMER COCA-COLA SITE
We announced the multi-million purchase of the former Coca-Cola site at Lambeg by the Unicorn Group. Over the next six months the company plans to relocate its head office and existing manufacturing sites in Lisburn and Markethill to the new 17.5 acre location. Unicorn Group is a privately-owned Northern Irish company with a diverse portfolio of businesses manufacturing interlocking PVC floor tiles, washroom products, medical and recycling bins currently exporting to over 40 countries worldwide mainly Western Europe but as far afield as Chile, India, Australia and UAE. The business has grown over 40% in the last 2 years and in 2016 acquired a Belgian based company transferring production from mainland Europe to Northern Ireland.
3. IN CONVERSATION WITH CHRIS SUTTON
Belfast born Chris Sutton took over the Mac Theatre recently to talk about his varied career to date working as a fashion designer and photographer. Guests were given an insight into creating tour pieces for Lady Gaga and her dancers, working behind the scenes at Dior and Fendi and gaining access into the state of the art archives of Chanel working alongside Amanda Harlech to create Karl Lagerfeld's Retrospective Exhibition.
4. BLOGGING FOR BUSINESS WORKSHOP
Following on from September's PR Masterclass, we were back at Ormeau Business Park delivering a Blogging for Business workshop to SMEs. The workshop covered blog strategy, idea generation and how a business blogs can help with building relationships with clients and prospective clients; building credibility as an expert in your field and helping to improve organic SEO. If you would like to discuss an in-house training session for your organisation drop an email to email@example.com
5. IT'S CHILLI, NOT CHILLY!
With winter setting in and temperatures plummeting across the island of Ireland, South Africans are gearing up for summer and getting ready to hit the beach this Christmas. To honour their homeland, Nando’s has created the Mzansi Christmas Burger which delivers a touch of South African heat and UK festive cheer to Nando’s restaurants across the Christmas period. The Mzansi Christmas Burger is inspired by traditional Christmas flavours mixed with some South African heat. The word ‘Mzansi’ is a popular slang word for South Africa in the Xhosa language (one of 11 official languages of South Africa. Mixing festive favourites and African heat the burger features a PERi-PERi chicken breast fillet and flame grilled thigh, with mushroom and chestnut pâté, cranberry sauce, festive slaw and crispy onions. Nando’s is joining the fight against malaria by helping combat the spread of the deadly disease in Mozambique, the birth place of PERi-PERi. Nando’s has launched a limited edition six pack of its PERi-PERi sauces with all profits going towards the cause.