MILTON, GA (November 13, 2019) — Milton-based Rountree Group Integrated Communications  has received four professional industry awards from the Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and the Atlanta Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) for its outstanding work with clients in 2018-19.Unknown

The agency received a first place award from PRSA in the media relations category for consumer products and an award of excellence for media relations in the food and beverage category. The company also won two bronze awards from IABC in the media relations category.

“We put our expertise and experience to work every day for our clients. Our goal is for our work to reflect the success of our clients within their own industries,” said Rountree Group President Don Rountree. “We are blessed and honored to be acknowledged by these two prestigious industry groups for our dedication to excellence.”

PRSA serves the communications network as the nation’s largest professional organization, working to make communications professionals smarter, better prepared and more connected through all stages of their career. IABC is a global membership association comprising thousands of members, serving professionals in business communications through networking, certifications, education, awards and resources such as webinars and conferences.


About Rountree Group Integrated Communications

Rountree Group Integrated Communications is one of the South’s leading independent integrated communications firms that provides corporate counsel, consumer and business-to-business communications services and marketing communications. In business for more than three decades, Rountree Group has won nearly 200 industry awards for a variety of communication programs. Given the agency’s national communications work, Rountree Group is an owner of IPREX, a $200 million network and consortium of communication agencies with more than 115 offices worldwide. For more information, visit and follow @RountreeGroup.