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Two of Bannikin Travel and Tourism’s Media Relations team members, Katie Marshall and Jillian Dickens, have won PR in Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award, announced this week. The awards celebrate the top PR professionals in Canada and their astounding achievements in the industry. Winners were selected based on their meaningful commitments to delivering high quality service as well as their positive impact on Canadian PR.
Both Katie and Jillian are thrilled to have received the award that celebrates their 19 years of combined expertise in media relations and specialized representation of international clients such as tour operators, hotels, and destinations which focus on adventure and active travel. Under their watch, Bannikin’s award-winning team has landed exciting brand partnerships and consistent coverage by North America’s top media outlets such as Condé Nast Traveler, The Globe and Mail, National Post and The New York Times that have resulted in huge successes for Bannikin’s clients.
“As a small but mighty niche travel consultant agency, we love seeing our boutique travel clients recognized in the press for the incredible experiences they provide. We’re honoured this award recognizes the success we’ve experienced with our clients from around the world, but also our drive to think big as a team,” says Jillian Dickens, Bannikin Director. “I agree,” says Katie Marshall, Bannikin’s Media Relations Manager, “This award truly celebrates our passion for delivering the best results to our clients in the adventure and active travel industry, but also goes to show that even as a young professional; hard work, dedication, and solid relationships with clients will always pay off.”
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