The deadlines for this year’s SABRE Awards in the Asia-Pacific region and Latin America have been extended to accommodate requests for more time from several would-be entrants. The final deadline for the Asia-Pacific and Latin American SABRE competitions is now Monday, July 18.

The SABRE Awards recognize recognizes Superior Achievement in Branding, Reputation and Engagement and has a 30-year heritage. It is the world’s largest competition recognizing excellence in public relations campaigns, attracting more than 5,000 entries annually from around the globe.

The competition rewards campaigns that demonstrate the highest levels of strategic planning, creativity and business results, which means that a SABRE trophy in your reception area or a SABRE logo on your marketing materials can indicate to clients that your work is well planned and executed, and delivers against objectives.

Paul Holmes, chair of the SABRE judges, said the deadline had been extended after several entrants requested additional time due to the lingering impact of the pandemic in both regions. “In the interests of fairness, we want to give people a little extra time,” he added. “We hope this means that all the spectacular work done under trying conditions over the past 12 months will be submitted to our  judges.”