What a week! There may have only been four working days but the P4 team managed to achieve so much in a short time. From festival openings to new findings, and even a feature on The Bachelor Australia – take a look at our weekly wrap from within the P4 office.
Welcome back ACCU!
We’re delighted to be working with the Queensland ANZAC Centenary Coordination Unit (ACCU) on a PR campaign to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Battle of Polygon Wood. To honour the courage of the 57,000 Australian soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice, a tree-planting ceremony will take place in Roma, Cloncurry, Cairns and Rockhampton on September 24th. We worked with the ACCU earlier this year on the Battle of Bullecourt and are delighted to be working with them once again.
Mates4Mates Senate Inquiry
This week the Senate released long-awaited findings of the Inquiry into suicide by veterans and ex-service personnel, titled The Constant Battle: Suicide by Veterans. Our client Mates4Mates
provided a submission to this Inquiry in February this year and many of the recommendations made by the organisation were endorsed, making this a positive step forward for Australia’s veteran community.
In line with the report, Mates4Mates provided commentary to Channel 10 News – Queensland, Channel 7 News – Queensland, 4ZZZ and 4BC. You can view a news piece from Channel 7 News here
Matty J visits Spicers Retreats
Never one to shy away from the glitz and glamour of TV, this week Spicers Retreats
featured on Channel 10’s matchmaking show, The Bachelor, with Matty J whisking his posse of hopefuls off to Spicers Sangoma Retreat in the foothills of the Blue Mountains for an unforgettable experience at one of the Group’s most glamourous properties.
Additionally, Spicers Retreats also received media coverage in The Weekend Australian
, Australian Traveller and the Sydney Morning Herald – all topping off a massive month of media buzz for the group, whose newest property in Potts Point continues to be the talk of the town!
Lace up your runners…
With just one week to go until Brisbane’s biggest and best community event takes over the River City, team Bridge to Brisbane Day
have been working with the team at The Sunday Mail to ensure 2017 is the event’s greatest year yet! Olympic swimmers Libby Trickett and Madeline Groves showed their support for Team Eloise in The Courier Mail
, who they will race with on August 27.
Additionally, we announced Kellyn Morris from Channel 9 as an ambassador for race day in 2017. She joins; Hit105 presenters Abby, Stav, Matt and Osher, Triple M presenters Marto and Dobbo and Channel 9 news presenters, Melissa Downes and Andrew Lofthouse.
Have you registered for race day? If not, jump online NOW and secure your spot: www.bridgetobrisbaneday.com.au
BIFF is back!
Brisbane International Film Festival
(BIFF) is back! BIFF officially kicked off on Thursday, with an opening night party featuring the first screening of The Square. This year’s programme is jam-packed with 60 films and over 100 sessions, so there’s bound to be something for everyone! Make sure you don’t miss out on catching a flick at the Palace Cinemas and head over to http://biff.net.au/
to book your tickets.
Want to liven up your outdoor area?
Our client Verde Design Group
are experts in landscape architecture and this week featured on across news.com.au, realestate.com.au and The Courier Mail Home! Director Chris Mahoney shared his top tips on adding value to your outdoor area at home – read more here
. Fantastic job to our Account Manager Kate for tee-ing this one up!