Tulsa Public Relations Society of America Presents Awards

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Tulsa Public Relations Society of America Presents Awards


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Jeremy Burton has been named the Tulsa Public Relations Professional of the Year.

The director of public relations at Oral Roberts University received the award at the Tulsa Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America's 31st annual Silver Link Awards ceremony.

Burton has been the PR director at ORU since 2003. He is a 1997 graduate of Northeastern State University.

Nicole Morgan, director of accounts and operations for Rex Public Relations, was named the Tulsa chapter's Young Professional of the Year. Morgan is a graduate of Oklahoma State University.

The Best of Show Award was presented to Barrett Waller and Katie Carmichael of Waller & Company Public Relations for the 2009 Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show.

Silver Link Awards were presented for Public Relations/ Institutional Advertising (Company) to Steve Higgins, Williams; Promotional Brochure, Nicole Morgan, Rex; Magazine (Nonprofit), Greg Rex and Tom Droege, Rex; Special Event/Observation (Company), Tyler Henning, McElroy Manufacturing; Public Relations/Institutional Advertising (Nonprofit), Bill Hinkle, Hinkle Creative Services Inc. (three awards); Marketing/External Communication, Nicole Morgan, Rex; Electronic Media, Schnake Turnbo Frank/PR; Community Relations (Nonprofit), Rex; Media Relations, Jami Fichte, Rex; Media Relations (Campaign), Barrett Waller and Katie Carmichael, Waller & Company Public Relations; Annual Report (Company), Julie Gentz, Williams; and Annual Report, Keith Sterling, city of Broken Arrow. …

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