Two of Workman Retail’s managed schemes received awards at the annual REVO Purple Apple Awards which took place at The Brewery in London on 4th May 2017.
White River Place in St Austell (owned by Ellandi) and the St Elli Centre in Llanelli (owned by NewRiver Retail) were awarded Purple Apple Merits in the Cause Related Marketing and Events categories:
Cause Related Marketing – Children’s Pop Up Bookshop
White River Place, St Austell
Owner - Ellandi
Centre Manager – Richard Hurst
Property Manager – Matthew Maxwell
Events – St Elli’s Vintage Fete
St Elli Centre, Llanelli
Owner – NewRiver Retail
Centre Manager – Andrew Stephens
Marketing Manager – Aimee Lewis
Property Manager – Emily Haworth-Clarke
Centre Manager Andrew Stephens said; “We have a small marketing budget compared to other shopping centres and despite holding many successful events and promotions over the years, this is the first Purple Apple entry we have submitted. We are delighted to have won this prestigious award.”
Commenting on the team’s achievements, James Taylor, Partner at Workman, added “It’s wonderful that our teams have been recognised. This is a tremendous effort against very stiff competition; my heartfelt congratulations to everyone involved in the centres for these thoroughly deserved awards.”
About the REVO Purple Apple Awards
The Revo Purple Apple Marketing Awards are the only awards which recognise and reward effective shopping and town centre website marketing within the UK retail property sector.
These awards acknowledge high standards and reassure retailers and other interested parties that shopping centre marketing is effective and provides excellent value for money. For more information visit the website.