The competition was a huge success last year, as well as a great deal of fun in terms of internal banter and rivalry, so our contest this Christmas will hopefully share those qualities.
London, UK (PRWEB) September 30, 2009
Punch Communications, a PR Agency with the skill set and client base of a global agency, has announced its Christmas competition plans for 2009, following the success of its team vodka challenge last year.
Last year, each member of the Punch team was challenged with the task of creating their own personal flavour of vodka, to be judged and shared by the rest of the team at the Christmas party. The competition was a huge success, with the winner earning themselves a neat hot chocolate kit from Green and Blacks.
One year on, Managing Director of Punch Pete Goold has revealed the next competition to his team, who have now been challenged to come up with the most innovative Christmas gift on behalf of the company, which will be shared with its clients and closest contacts.
Pete said: "The competition is a good way of encouraging creativity within the team, and I am sure that we will end up with a number of weird and wonderful gifts from each contestant. One of these items will then be considered as a gift for clients, and will hopefully be an indication of our team's innovative and resourceful nature.
"The competition was a huge success last year, as well as a great deal of fun in terms of internal banter and rivalry, so our contest this Christmas will hopefully share those qualities."
Punch Communications has an extensive knowledge of the field of online PR, and has amassed an extensive list of contacts across a number of media sectors since its creation under founders Pete and Emma Goold in 2003.
The SEO Agency has experienced a period of significant growth over the past two years, and is always looking for new class to add to its already proficient team of practitioners. To this end, any parties interested in PR jobs are encouraged to get in touch.
For more information, please visit punchcomms.com, or call 01858 411 600.