Coca-Cola sponsors Russian student PR award

Coca-Cola is to sponsor this year's Crystal Orange competition in Russia, open to students of PR.

Interest was aroused at the company following last year's competition which included the 'Public relations in the environmental field' category, a UNO development programme initiative. Three special prizes have been established by the company for the most interesting projects in this area.

Anna Kozlovskaya, director for foreign relations at Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia, said, 'we are glad to encourage talented young people whose interests lie in strengthening the social sphere.'

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