Agent99 Wins Two Extra Food and Bevvie Clients

Agent99 Wins Two Extra Food and Bevvie Clients
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Independent agency Agent99 Public Relations is delighted to announce they have added two celebrated food and beverage events to its client roster; The Hunter Culinary Association’s 6th annual Food Fight and the Broke Fordwich Hunter Valley Region’s 10th annual A Little Bit of Italy in Broke.

Lisa Margan, Hunter Culinary Association committee member and owner of Margan Restaurant says: “We have a lovely history with Agent99 PR and enjoy working with the team as they continuously deliver excellent results.  We have no doubt they will approach this year’s ‘chef-off’ with equal measure of enthusiasm as we showcase the talents of high profile Hunter Valley and Southern Highlands regional chefs.”

The Hunter Culinary Association’s annual Food Fight will be hosted by celebrity chef, Matt Kemp, on Tuesday, June 2nd 2015. Throughout the action packed day a range of chefs will be demonstrating their exceptional culinary skills as they go head-to-head to take out the coveted ‘2015 Food Fight Winner’ title.

Representing the 6th annual Food Fight is a lovely win for the dynamic agency and is a further testament to its strength in the food and beverage space. This win coupled with its work with Broke Fordwich Wine and Tourism Association to promote the upcoming A Little Bit of Italy in Broke event, is evidence of the agency’s continued relationship with the biggest power players in the Hunter Region.

President of Broke Fordwich Wine and Tourism Association, Eden Anthony says: “Over the past two years Agent99 have gone above and beyond with its campaigns, having helped to increase the profile of both the A Little Bit of Italy in Broke event as well the Broke Fordwich region, known as the tranquil side of the Hunter Region.”

Agent99 has recently commenced rolling out a campaign around this distinctive provincial Italian Festival. Event visitation numbers to this idyllic region of the Hunter Region have grown to over 3,000 a year with the combined efforts of Broke Fordwich Wine and Tourism Association and the prominent PR initiatives of Agent99.

Sharon Zeev Poole, Director of Agent99 PR says, “Working on both of these campaigns in previous years have provided Agent99 the opportunity to show off their ability to bring fresh and innovative ideas to the campaigns year on year.”

 

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