From new team members to national recognition, Clairemont Communications has had an outstanding year. Read the Clairemont 2021 year in review to learn more about our accomplishments this year.
Clairemont 2021 year in review:
February: Clairemont was the featured speaker for Shop Local Raleigh’s Tech Tuesday about making meaningful business connections virtually during COVID-19.
March: Clairemont secured news coverage on CBS 17, Wavy News 10 and ABC 11 for the North Carolina Association of Fire Chiefs (NCAFC) that featured the first black female cadet to graduate from the junior firefighter program at the Gaston Volunteer Fire Department.
May: Anna Beth joined as an intern.
June: Clairemont was the only agency headquartered in NC to receive the national recognition of winning the 2021 Silver Anvil Award given by Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) for its work with client Ingersoll Rand on a campaign called “Owning the Future: Ingersoll Rand’s Equity Grant.”
July: In partnership with client Ingersoll Rand, we helped them release their 2020 global sustainability report.
September: Clairemont won nine InSpire Awards, including two Best in Show awards, from NCPRSA. Clairemont received Silver Best in Show for its work with client Ingersoll Rand on a campaign called “Uniting 16,000 Employees Behind One Brand.” Clairemont won Bronze Best in Show for its work with client Wendell Falls. The InSpire Award wins also showcased Clairemont’s expertise in the areas of global communications, internal/employee communications, integrated communications, media relations and video programs with clients NCAFC, International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and WGU North Carolina.
October: The Clairemont team came back to the office.
November: Clairemont won a Queen City PR Award from Charlotte PRSA. Clairemont won this award for its work with client Ingersoll Rand on a campaign called “Owning the Future: Ingersoll Rand’s Equity Grant.”
December: yellowDog : creative, our design partner, moved into the Clairemont house.