WASHINGTON Consumer wellness initiative “Life…supplemented” was the recipient of an award that recognizes organizations that do exemplary work in the field of public relations.
Considered the highest honor within the public relations industry, the Silver Anvil award — sponsored by the Public Relations Society of America — was given to CRT/tanaka, the creators of the campaign, and to the CRN Foundation, the education affiliate of the Council for Responsible Nutrition, which managed the campaign.
“Life…supplemented” encourages consumers to focus on the three pillars of health — healthy diet, dietary supplements and exercise — along with other smart, healthy lifestyle choices. The campaign was recognized in the reputation/brand management (associations) category. The ceremony was held June 3 in New York.
“This consumer wellness initiative is an extraordinary effort by an industry that is passionate about its consumers and eager to educate the public about the valuable role dietary supplements play as part of a comprehensive approach to wellness,” said Judy Blatman, SVP communications at CRN. “It’s an honor to share this award with CRT/tanaka, our Steering Committee and funders, and our Social Media Advisory Board and other campaign advisors.”