Every month here at Alice PR we post our stand-out ‘PR Moments of the month’, from fails to wins. We took a vote and present to you our top moments from November.

What are yours? Let us know in the comments section. #PRMomentsOfTheMonth

With the month that’s in it, we’re both looking forward to Christmas and looking back at the year that was.



Luas invited people to don their favourite Christmas jumper last Sunday which would entitle them to a free ride on the Luas. It was part of the “2016 Geansaí Nollag World Record Attempt” where Dublin City Council hoped to break a world record for the number of people wearing a Christmas jumper at the switching on of the Christmas lights in O’Connell Street. A total of 1, 513 people – with jumpers – gathered in O’Connell Street for the switching on of the Christmas tree lights, up from 1,297 in 2015!



This great campaign by Spotify sees the company look back at 2016 and the trends and quirks they noticed about their users including the very odd play list entitled “One night stand with Jeb Bush like he’s a Bond Girl in a European Casino” left them with many questions and left us feeling simultaneously confused, amused and slightly uncomfortable!

Stop Climate Chaos:


And finally, not quite festive but very impactful, these ice sculptures of the Taoiseach & Environment Minister were used as props by Stop Climate Chaos for a recent political briefing in Buswell’s Hotel stand out for us as some of the most clever photocall props we’ve seen.  Over the course of the day, as TDs and Senators were going into Buswell’s to meet representatives of Stop Climate Chaos, you could see the sculptures melting.  It was one of those days earlier in November which was unseasonably warm, which added to the impact.

Do you have any stand-out PR moments that you’d like to share? If so we’d love to hear from you. Please post your thoughts in the comments section below.

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