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  • All entries and entry materials must be submitted digitally online. Entrants are no longer required to submit physical entries.
  • Tactics produced in part between Jan. 1– Dec. 31, 2018, are eligible. Tactics tend to have better chances of winning near their completion, when evaluation against initial objectives can be measured.
  • Entrants may choose to enter their program into more than one category, provided that it applies to the specific criteria stated within each category. The simplest way to do this is to select the “Copy Submission” link from the “Review and Checkout” page of the first entry submitted. In deciding which category/categories are most appropriate, entrants should examine program objectives and target audiences. Judges will not move entries to better suited categories. 
  • Basic Entry Information: Entrants must select the category being entered, the title of the entry (each title must be unique or it will be renamed), name of the organization/client, name of the agency (if any) and a 100 word description of the program.
  • One-Page Summary: A concise summary no longer than one page must be uploaded as a PDF. The one-page summary is the single most important component of the Bronze Anvil entry. Judges evaluate the tactic on four key areas —planning/content, creativity/quality, technical excellence and results. (Media relations categories are not judged on technical excellence.) Within these areas, the summary should include measurable objectives, target audiences, budget and any other specific information requested in the individual category. Results — qualitative, quantitative or both — should provide evidence of how the stated measurable objectives were met, and how the entry impacted the success of a broader or ongoing program. The one-page summary should have no smaller than a 10-point typeface and one-inch margins.
  • Uploads: Upload and supporting documents/back-up materials (as requested in each individual category, e.g., PDFs, videos, audio, video links, website URLs, etc.)
  • Images: Upload up to three graphic images representative of your program. This image may be featured in a PRSA publication should the program be selected as a winner. We ask that the image meet the following requirements: Acceptable file formats include:  jpg, tif, eps, native Illustrator, Photoshop or hi-res pdf files. As a general rule of thumb, the artwork should be at least 1,000 pixels or more in either width or height.
  • All tactics must be submitted in English. Tactics produced in a language other than English must be translated. A copy of the original, as well as the translated version, must be submitted.
  • By entering the Bronze Anvil program, all entrants confirm that their programs and entries comply with the ethical standards of the profession, as embodied in the PRSA Code of Ethics. Should your entry have an aspect of "ethics performance" that is both instructive and vital to your program, please include commentary of no more than four sentences. Should the judges find two entries equally deserving of a Bronze Anvil, they may use this statement to break the tie. If at any point PRSA becomes aware of any aspect of a submission that may not be in compliance with the Code, it may, at its sole discretion, take appropriate action.