FPRA Image Awards

The Local Image Awards competition is conducted annually by the Southwest Florida Chapter of FPRA to recognize outstanding public relations programs and to encourage the development of public relations professionals. By recognizing the very best examples of innovation, planning and design, the Image Awards encourage and enhance public relations professionalism in the communities that our members serve.

Click here for a full list of our 2019 winners and check out a gallery from our fabulous evening of celebration!

2019 Local Image Award winners and those who didn’t submit an award this year are all encouraged to enter your best PR campaigns and tools to the 2019 statewide Golden Image Awards competition.

Don’t wait to submit – a late fee applies after May 10 and the final deadline is May 20!

For more information or to submit, click here.

Award Divisions

Image Awards are divided into four main divisions:

  • Public Relations Programs
  • Printed Tools of Public Relations
  • Audio/Visual/Online Tools of Public Relations
  • Student Projects in Public Relations

Each entry division includes multiple categories.

Judging Criteria

When judges review an entry, seventy percent of the score will be taken from the two-page summary. Make sure to  review the judging criteria to ensure that your entry is ready to submit and, if you’re an FPRA member, you can review past winning entriesEntrants do not have to be members of the FPRA Southwest Florida Chapter to enter the competition.

Rules for Entry

An entry must include a two-page summary, supporting documentation, a 50 word summary of the project and a brief organizational overview of your organization. The outline of the two-page summary should follow the general outline of a public relations project: Research/Situation Analysis; Objectives; Implementation; Evaluation and Budget.

FPRA Image Awards

The Local Image Awards competition is conducted annually by the Southwest Florida Chapter of FPRA to recognize outstanding public relations programs and to encourage the development of public relations professionals. By recognizing the very best examples of innovation, planning and design, the Image Awards encourage and enhance public relations professionalism in the communities that our members serve.

Click here to read about our 2019 winners!

Award Divisions

Image Awards are divided into four main divisions:

  • Public Relations Programs
  • Printed Tools of Public Relations
  • Audio/Visual/Online Tools of Public Relations
  • Student Projects in Public Relations

Each entry division includes multiple categories.

Judging Criteria

When judges review an entry, seventy percent of the score will be taken from the two-page summary. Make sure to  review the judging criteria to ensure that your entry is ready to submit and, if you’re an FPRA member, you can review past winning entriesEntrants do not have to be members of the FPRA Southwest Florida Chapter to enter the competition.

Rules for Entry

An entry must include a two-page summary, supporting documentation, a 50 word summary of the project and a brief organizational overview of your organization. The outline of the two-page summary should follow the general outline of a public relations project: Research/Situation Analysis; Objectives; Implementation; Evaluation and Budget.