Durée & Company Wins Silver in “Small Agency of the Year” Category in Stars of PR Awards

by | Nov 3, 2017

Durée Ross, president and founder of Fort Lauderdale-based full-service public relations, marketing and special events firm Durée & Company, Inc., announced that the firm is the winner of a national 2017 Stars of PR Awards from Bulldog Reporter. The firm won silver in the Small Agency of the Year (fewer than 50 employees) category.

The awards recognize the best and brightest in PR and communications agencies and individuals globally. Agency submissions were scored on firm positioning, client growth and retention, work environment, and results achieved. A record-breaking number of entries were submitted this year; winners in 20 agency and individual categories were selected.

As an award winner, Durée & Company will receive extensive promotion on the Bulldog Awards website, and through Bulldog Reporter’s newsletters and website; as well as a certificate.

“We are incredibly honored to be the winner of a 2017 Bulldog Stars of PR Award,” said Ross, who founded Durée & Company in 1999. “Bulldog Reporter is a highly reputable, national organization, and we are very happy to be recognized as a winner in its Small Agency of the Year category.”

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