Four Nominations For Rule 5 In The PRmoment Awards

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Rule 5 has been nominated four times in the 2019 PRmoment Awards.

The news sees the agency shortlisted in four classes, including the coveted Boutique Agency of the Year category.

The agency’s campaign for Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester, Northern Rail Newsjack, made the Best Stunt of the Year shortlist, with the agency’s work with charity giving platform Wonderful nominated in two categories – The Corporate Purpose Award and Not For Profit Campaign of the Year, Agency.

Agency co-founder Julie Wilson said on the news: “This is a fantastic achievement for the agency and represents the breadth of our work.  The PRmoment Awards are one of the industry’s most celebrated events and we’re delighted to be nominated.”

The PRmoment Awards celebrate excellence and recognise and reward outstanding campaigns and exceptional talent in the UK PR and Communications sector.  The results will be announced on March 13th at a black tie awards dinner at the Hilton Hotel, Manchester.

 

Jules Wilson Backs CEO Sleepout Manchester

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Rule 5 co-founder, Jules Wilson, will be swapping the comfort of her bed for a night in the open this October, as part of CEO Sleepout Manchester.

The event, founded in 2013, strives to fight homelessness and poverty, and raise vital funds for homeless charities and other local charitable projects.  Over the last three years a staggering £1m has been raised at events across the UK and this year we’re delighted to contribute, supporting Jules in her fundraising.

Speaking on the event, Jules said: “You cannot fail to be moved by the extent of the homeless situation in Manchester, there are people in need of help on every corner of every street and the problem is on the rise.

“Whilst I’ll be sleeping outdoors it is still within the security of others and will see me return to the comfort of my home 24 hours later.  Over 2,000 people in Manchester don’t have that privilege.   When I was approached by MASH to participate I didn’t hesitate  to sign up.  I’m delighted to be able to play a small part in tackling a significant issue.”

CEO Sleepout Manchester takes place this October 16.  You can support Jules in her aim to raise over £1,000 here and find out more about the event at http://www.ceosleepoutuk.com/

El Gato Negro Supports Charity Cheshire Polo Day

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Yesterday saw the launch of Hospitality Action’s Cheshire Polo Day and we were delighted to be in attendance.

Held at the beautiful Cheshire Polo Club in Little Budworth, near Tarporley, the inaugural event saw some of the North West’s key industry leaders come together to raise valuable funds for the renowned charity.  Founded in 1837, Hospitality Action offers vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK and who find themselves in crisis.

Guests were treated to a Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Champagne and canapé reception on the lawns of the prestigious club before enjoying an incredible three-course meal courtesy of three of the North-West’s award-winning chefs – client Simon Shaw of El Gato Negro, Andrew Nutter of Nutter’s Restaurant and Sean Sutton, Head Chef at The Alderley Restaurant.  All volunteered their time and service in aid of the charity and as you might expect, it was out of this world.

The Henbury Cup – a fast-paced polo match followed, with all enjoying the action.

It was a fantastic day that saw over £14,000 raised for the worthwhile cause and is an event we firmly recommend putting in your 2018 diary.

Sports Giants Team Up For Charity

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Rule 5 is delighted to have played a key role in bringing together two sporting heavyweights in a campaign to raise funds for national head injury charity Headway.

The campaign saw leading cycle wear brand Fat Lad At The Back (FLAB) and Super League rugby league side Huddersfield Giants join forces to raise awareness of the worthwhile cause in memory of Giants youth player, Ronan Costello, who sadly passed away last year further to sustaining a terminal brain injury during a match.

In a touching tribute to the young player, seven Giants members of staff, including ex-England player and club ambassador Eorl Crabtree, took upon a sporting challenge of a different kind and embarked on a 120 mile fundraising ride to Newcastle, ahead of major rugby league event Magic Weekend.

They were supported on the journey by FLAB co-founder Richard Bye, who ensured Ronan’s story reached all that passed, with an exclusive charity branded cycle jersey and short worn by all.

Rule 5 was thrilled to support the campaign at every stage, from the brokering of the partnership through to the delivery of an impactful national and regional media campaign. Extensive coverage was enjoyed and included Sky Sports News, BBC One, ITV1, multiple regional radio appearances, and national and regional sports and news titles.

You can support the fundraising campaign, and donate in memory of Ronan Costello to the charity Headway, by visiting www.justgiving.com/magicweekend2017 or texting 70070 with code RLFC50 followed by £**, entering value you wish to donate.