The Fearey Group Wins Three International PR Best Practice Awards

Sienna Badura / November 16, 2015

Public Relations Global Network, the world's local agencyThe Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) recently announced the winners of its annual international Best Practice Awards competition.

The Fearey Group won three awards: a silver award in Consumer Communications – Products for its re-brand of Motif Seattle, a bronze award in Community Relations for sponsoring the launch of 15:1 – Jermaine Kearse Foundation and another bronze award in Digital Communications for producing WBBA – TV.

“This is a strong and competitive awards competition showcasing communications work samples from around the globe,” said Ed Stevens, APR-M, president of PRGN and owner of Stevens Strategic Communications, the PRGN affiliate based in Cleveland, Ohio. “These international awards demonstrate the powerful work that our 46 agencies conduct throughout the world. We congratulate all of the winning agencies.”

Top winners were Cros (Russia) with 8 awards, and Evident PR (The Netherlands), The Fearey Group (Seattle, Wash. – USA) and Landis Communications (San Francisco, Calif. – USA) with each getting 3 awards in various categories.

In this year’s competition, there were 14 categories and 39 awards distributed consisting of 14 Gold, 13 Silver and 12 Bronze.

Gold awards were earned by:

Other winning firms earning silver or bronze recognition included:

PRGN posts the winning entries on its website at

The PRGN partners meet twice a year in cities around the world. At the second meeting, which just happened in Dubai, UAE, the firm’s leadership participate in an awards ceremony to recognize the various winners.

Agency members are independent, local, owner-operated public relations and communications agencies that share expertise and resources, while providing broad-based comprehensive communications strategies to clients worldwide. If a company or organization is interested in the services of PRGN’s local agency network, go to for more information.