SKDKnickerbocker is proud to announce our work has been nominated for four 2015 SABRE Awards – one of the PR industry’s top honors – to be awarded on May 5th in New York City.
Two of our nominations – a gold award for Public Affairs and a silver award for PR Agency Citizenship – are for our work to free Alan Gross, an American imprisoned in Cuba for more than five years. Over the course of his imprisonment, SKDK kept the media engaged in Alan’s case – building public pressure to help the U.S. government to strike a deal with Cuba and bring him home.
SKDK received two additional gold award nominations: one for our work promoting Dog Tag Bakery, a unique work study program for disabled veterans and their spouses, and another for our media campaign on behalf of New York City’s charter schools.
We are very proud to have done this work for clients and causes we believe in. We are looking forward to the awards ceremony on May 5th!