WESTBROOK — Fluent IMC, based in Westbrook, was recognized at the Maine Public Relations Council’s Golden Arrow Awards for its work in 2019, receiving a Gold Award and two Honorable Mentions. The Golden Arrows recognize the best work of communications, public relations and marketing professionals and student practitioners based in Maine.
Additionally, at Hospice of Southern Maine’s Annual Meeting, Fluent was the recipient of Home Care & Hospice Alliance of Maine’s Media Award for its promotion of Hospice of Southern Maine’s virtual reality training tool that earned expansive national coverage and subsequent nationwide speaking engagements for key staff.
From MPRC, Fluent received a Gold Award for its submission with the University of New England in the Media Relations category for Clay Lab, the Virtual Reality of Dying Process for client Hospice of Southern Maine. Fluent also received two Honorable Mentions: one for the OTELCO Lightwave Fiber Broadband Expansion Campaign in the Paid/Earned/Owned category, and one for the Home Hospice Care Impact Video in the Video/Podcast category. Fluent Founder Marnie Grumbach received the President’s Award for her work with MPRC.
Marnie Grumbach, Emily Broadbent, Becky Gauthier of Fluent IMC
Heidi Farber and Daryl Cady, Hospice of Southern Maine; Marnie Grumbach and Emily Broadbent, Fluent IMC
Fluent IMC is an integrated marketing communications agency providing strategy and full-service support to professional services firms, businesses and nonprofits. Learn more at fluentimc.com.