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Fluent IMC Receives Three Golden Arrow Awards from Maine Public Relations Council 

by | Jan 2, 2019

Fluent IMC took home three Golden Arrow Awards in a ceremony held at Rising Tide Brewing on December 12. The annual awards of the Maine Public Awards Council, the Golden Arrows recognize exceptional work of Maine-based public relations, communications, and marketing professionals.

Fluent received two silver awards: one in the category of Organizational Identity Campaign for the OTELCO Rebrand campaign and one in the category of Innovative Use of Social Media for the OTELCO Rebrand Social Media Strategy.

In the News Release category, Fluent received an Honorable Mention for its Androscoggin Bank CEO Succession Plan Announcement.

More than 50 entries were received for this year’s Golden Arrow Awards, which were judged by industry experts from the Alaska Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

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