Brian Kearney Wins 2011 Gold MarCom Award

NJ Resident & College Student Recognized For Helping Bullied Teen
Jan. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Flanders, NJ– Brian Kearney has been awarded a 2011 Gold MarCom Award in the pro bono category for public relations work for a local bullied homosexual teen.  By generating publicity for the bullied teen and his pieces of writing through social media and other channels, the bullied teen was able to raise awareness of bullying and share his story of what he endured in multiple media outlets.

“I am very honored to be recognized by the MarCom Awards,” says Kearney. “It feels amazing to say that someone like me won an award that Fortune 50 companies and huge corporations win.”

The pro bono category of the MarCom Awards recognizes the talents and generosity of the creative community. To be considered a pro bono entry, compensation for your efforts is not allowed. Those who enter are judged on creativity and the extent of their effort.

Brian was able to help the bullied teen appear in Out In NJ, a magazine and online publication geared towards the homosexual community in NJ, Teen Ink, OvercomeBullying.Org, PeerAbuse.Net,, and the popular LGBT Radio Show, RAW TALK LIVE.

Brian Kearney is 21 years old and majoring in public relations at Rowan University. He lives in Flanders, NJ.
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