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Haven’t had chance to submit your entry? Don’t panic!
The PRWeek Awards have opened a late deadline that will run until midnight on the 11th June.

Have you ran a great PR Campaign in the UK over the last year? Yes? Tell us about it!
The PRWeek Awards are widely recognised as the most prestigious Awards in the industry so take advantage of the late deadline and don’t miss your opportunity to win one of our trophies and enjoy the hundreds of benefits it brings you and your company.

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