The Hispanic Public Relations Association is now accepting entries for its 2014 ¡BRAVO! Awards.
Celebrating its 30th year, HPRA has revamped its awards ceremony with a new look and name.
"As the organization continues its expansion with new chapters and members across key U.S. markets, the national board felt it imperative to rebrand the program to reflect that growth," said HPRA National President Stephen Chavez, in a press release statement.
The ¡BRAVO! Awards recognize achievements in Hispanic communications campaigns done by leading agencies, corporate and non-profits.
Early deadline for applicants is Aug. 29 and the final deadline is Sept. 4 at 5 p.m. Entrants will be notified later in the month. All public relations, advertising, marketing agencies, corporations, non-profit organizations and practitioners operating in the U.S. and Puerto Rico are eligible to apply.
Twelve awards will be handed out on Thursday, Oct. 9, at HPRA's 30 gala in Los Angeles. A panel of public relations experts will decide the winners in categories including technology, healthcare/nutrition, digital/social media, non-profit, and public education.
The Hispanic Public Relations Association was formed in 1984 to promote Hispanics in the public relations field and support professionals through resources and education.
For more information or to enter, visit www.hpra-usa.org/bravo-awards/.
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