Finalists and sponsors are unveiled for the 2002 PRWeek Awards

Following an exhaustive judging process in which more than 60 of

the industry's leading lights scrutinized more than 800 entries, PRWeek

has in this issue unveiled the finalists for its prestigious Awards for

2002.



Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks, Boeing, Goodrich, Pharmacia, TXU, and

Xerox all made the shortlist for the corporate PR Team of the Year,

while Fleishman-Hillard, Ketchum, Text 100, The MWW Group, and Waggener

Edstrom are all finalists in the Agency of the Year category. For the

details of all the finalists in all the categories, turn to page 16.



The sponsors for the 2002 Awards have also been confirmed. They are:

NAPS for Arts, Entertainment, & Media; Waggener Edstrom for Product

Brand Development; West Glen Communications for Consumer Launch; PIMS

for Healthcare; APCO for Hi-Tech; Rubenstein Associates for

Business-to-Business; Ogilvy PR for Internal Communications; PainePR for

Community Relations; Noti-ciaswire.com for Multicultural Marketing; PR

Newswire for International; Alticor for Corporate Brand Development;

MS&L for Public Affairs; Weber Shandwick Worldwide for Investor/

Financial Relations and Student of the Year; GCI Group for Crisis

Management Campaign; Carter Ryley Thomas for Public Service Campaign; TV

Access for Non-Profit Campaign; TVN for Cause Related PR Campaign;

Fleishman-Hillard for Young PR Professional; News Broadcast Network for

PR Professional; Press Access/Lexis Nexis for New Media Site; Worldcom

for Best Use of Broadcast; DS Simon for Publicity Stunt; Marina Maher

Communications for Best Use of Research; Brodeur Worldwide for PR

Innovation; Ketchum for Non-Profit PR Team; Business Wire for Corporate

PR Team; and Medialink for PR Agency.



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