Bring out your inner artist and be a Brigade Kids Champion!
Children are often unaware that a tiny flame can grow into a dangerous fire. So that’s why Fire & Rescue NSW is encouraging families in NSW to talk about fire safety – and what better way to help promote fire safety amongst young kids than with the Brigade Kids Champion Competition, which kicks off today!
The Brigade Kids Champion Competition is open to all kids from Kindergarten to Year 2 across the state to submit a poster which conveys one of three key fire safety messages, and what it means to them:
i. Practice your Escape Plan and have a Safe Meeting Place
ii. Get Down Low, and Go, Go, Go
iii. Call Triple Zero (000) in the case of a fire
Primary Communication is a proud supporter of the Brigade Kids Champion Competition and the account team will play an instrumental role in promoting this important state-wide competition to kids, schools and families in NSW.
All entrants will have the chance to win some great prizes, including an Xbox Minecraft Package for the overall winner and LEGO City Prize Packs for the category winners and runners up (one for each age group) and many more. There are also prize packs from Scholastic for the winning schools.
Qualified submissions will be shortlisted by an extraordinary panel of judges from the crew at Hi-5 to representatives at Lego, NSW Department of Education, Catholic Education Commission NSW, Association of Independent Schools of NSW, NSW Teachers Federation, Westmead Children’s Hospital- Burns Unit, Scholastic and Fire & Rescue NSW. Entries will be judged based on creativity, authenticity, effort and ability to reflect the fire safety messages.
Spread the message to the community and encourage your kids to be a Brigade Kids Champion. Competition runs from 13th March to 23rd April. For more information, visit www.brigadekids.com
Primary Communication bolsters leadership
Primary Communication has bolstered its leadership with the announcement of Chris Hall as Chief Executive Officer and the promotion of General Manager and current PRIA National President Jenny Muir to Chief Counsel.
Primary’s Chairman and Founder, Ms Annabelle Warren said, “Today I welcomed Chris to the helm of Primary Communication as the consultancy expands across three divisions; corporate, social policy and community engagement. Chris and Jenny will support our superb account directors delivering extraordinary long term campaigns and new business projects.
Chris returns to Primary after becoming the longest serving NSW Chief of Staff in the current Liberal Party era. Having worked at Primary until 2010, Chris took on the role of Government Relations Director at the NSW Minerals Council during the 2010 mining super tax debate. Following that, he joined Barry O’Farrell’s campaign team as Battleground Director for eight marginal seats (of which the Liberal Party won seven). Since then Chris has been a Chief of Staff to three different ministers across diverse portfolios.
Mr Hall said, “The experience I gained as a Chief of Staff across the portfolios of Sport, Fair Trading, Police, Emergency Services, Western Sydney, Trade, Tourism and Major Events over the past six years has set me up with a unique perspective to offer clients strategic and operational communication advice. Primary is already well known as a specialist advocacy service, and we will build the government relations and political strategy offering for a number of major clients.
“I am looking forward to working with the team on an already incredibly strong business model which delivers senior staff to drive outcomes for clients in manufacturing, engineering, energy, health, education, technology and government services.
Ms Warren also welcomed Jenny Muir’s promotion to replace her as Chief Counsel saying, “Jenny is our most senior team member and her experience in developing and delivering strategic communication campaigns is unparalleled. Jenny has been a key member of the Primary Communication team since 2007 and has been serving as the PRIA National President since her election in 2016.
“The new structure reflects our dynamic team to lead Primary Communication into the future and to continue to provide the high quality personalised service that our clients have come to know and expect,” Ms Warren concluded.