Suffolk: Agricultural association hands PR accounts to Lexia Media
WOODBRIDGE-based Lexia Media has secured the PR accounts for the Suffolk Agricultural Association and its commercial arm Trinity Park Events Ltd.
Lexia, which has experience of working with clients in the charitable and agriculture and food sectors, has been tasked to raise the profile of the association’s annual flagship event, the Suffolk Show, and its farming awards, as well as that of the events business.
The agricultural association, whose competitions include the regional Best Alternative Land Enterprise (BALE) Award and the Suffolk Farm Business Competition, awarded the accounts following a four-way competitive pitch.
Deborah Watson, director of Lexia Media, said: “I am delighted that Lexia has been secured for both the PR activity on Suffolk Agricultural Association and Trinity Park Events Ltd.
“The association is a prestigious organisation and as an agency based in this county, we feel enormously proud to be serving the membership and the commercial initiatives by acting as PR supplier.”
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Lexia Media, which has a second base in Norfolk and also offers event management and social media handling services, has recently been handling PR and event activity for the month-long Norfolk Food Festival.
Its experience of working clients in the charitable sector including a lengthy relationship with St John Ambulance, for which it has handled PR activity in London and a number of other counties for several years.
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