McNeely Pigott & Fox won Best in Show honors at PRSA Nashville's annual Parthenon Awards April 23 in the Music City, earning kudos for its "Red, White and Food" campaign supporting a voter referendum to allow wine sales in Tennessee retail food stores.
The get-out-the-vote campaign, backed by retail food stores, saw the measure pass in all 78 municipalities where it appeared on the ballot statewide. MP&F beat six other entries for the top award and survived a tie-breaking vote.
DVL Seigenthaler, fresh off its acquisition by Finn Partners, took home 39 Parthenons, followed by MP&F's 28 and Dollar General with 20. Lovell Communications made a solid showing with eight Parthenons. [Full list of winners]
The chapter awarded Bonnie Reichert, prof. of PR at Belmont Univ., its 2015 Olympus Award for leadership and management of PRSA Nashville in 2014, while Katie Adkisson, VP of accounts for Reed PR, won the Mercury Award for young professionals.
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