Gold Quill 2004 Awards: Of 920 Entries from 21 Countries, 38 Received Award of Excellence and 76 Received Awards of Merit. Let's Celebrate the Winners!

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Gold Quill 2004 Awards: Of 920 Entries from 21 Countries, 38 Received Award of Excellence and 76 Received Awards of Merit. Let's Celebrate the Winners!


The Gold Quill Awards program is an annual international competition that offers professional communicators an opportunity to have their work evaluated by a Blue Ribbon Panel of expert judges. The 20 awards categories range from community relations to electronic and digital communication to marketing communication, with top entries receiving awards of Merit and Excellence. Additionally, the judges choose winners of the Jake Wittmer Award, which spotlights research excellence, and the Business Issue Award, which salutes the role of strategic communication in sustaining an organization facing serious economic or viability challenges. This year, IABC is also presenting the first annual Sharon Berzok Student Award of Excellence. For more information on the Gold Quill 2004 Awards, visit www.iabc.com/gquill.

The 2004 Gold Quill Awards program is sponsored by MERCER Human Resource Consulting

CATEGORY 1 GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

EXCELLENCE Louisiana Physical Therapy Association Campaign for Direct Access

* Deveney Communication New Orleans, LA, USA

Illinois Faces Reality: Stopping Teens from Dying for a Smoke

* Illinois Department of Public Health, and

* Golin/Harris International Chicago, IL, USA

CATEGORY 2

RELATIONS COMMUNITY RELATIONS

EXCELLENCE Harmony Day

* Bob Crawshaw

* Maine Street Marketing Canberra, Australia

TCFV "Break the Silence" Campaign

* Alison Croyle

* Vollmer Public Relations Austin, TX, USA

Get Focused Vision Campaign

* Pam Lapinski

* VSP * Sacramento, CA, USA

Speak Up. Speak Out. * Mary Brauer, Jerrod Resweber, Laura Stromberg

* Weber Shandwick Dallas, TX, USA, and

* TAASA Austin, TX, USA

MERIT Alliance Tire Professionals' Kids on Patrol Program

* Lisa Kimmel, Robyn Adelson, Jen Whatley, Melinda Hawkins

* Edelman Toronto, ON, Canada

CATEGORY 3 CUSTOMER RELATIONS

EXCELLENCE Deveney Communication Holiday Campaign

* Deveney Communication New Orleans, LA, USA

CATEGORY 4 INVESTOR SHAREHOLDER RELATIONS (no winners)

CATEGORY 5 MEDIA RELATIONS

MERIT Medco Health Celebrates Independence Day

* Medco Health Solutions, and

* Coyne Public Relations Franklin Lakes, N J, USA Barfoot & Thompson Media Relations

* Marie Hosking, Dee Crooks

* Network PR Auckland, New Zealand

RBC Insurance Travel Media Relations Campaign

* Kerry Gaetano

* RBC Insurance Mississauga, ON, Canada

CATEGORY 6 MULTI-AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION

EXCELLENCE Louisiana Physical Therapy Association Campaign for Direct Access

* Deveney Communication New Orleans, LA, USA Wildfire Prevention/ Education Program

* Communications and Fire Management Branches

* Saskatchewan Environment Regina, SK, Canada

Our Future is Wide Open

* Debbie Wilkie, ABC, Pam Bristol, ABC

* Saskatchewan Industry & Resources, and

* The Phoenix Group Regina, SK, Canada

MERIT

How Do I Become a Great Master

* vita Kernel

* Studio Kernel Koper, Slovenia

Virginia Tax Amnesty Campaign

* American Management Systems Fairfax, VA, USA, and

* Virginia Department of Taxation

Hanson Brick: Launching North America's Largest Brick Manufacturer

* Daniel Tisch, Amber Wallace, Melissa Chang

* Argyle Rowland Communications Toronto, ON, Canada

Clickety-split!

* Online Billing Communication Team

* CenterPoint Energy Minnegasco Minneapolis, MN, USA

Brand Building: Vanguard's Plain Talk Education

* Participant Education Research & Development

* The Vanguard Group Malvern, PA, USA

CATEGORY 7 MARKETING COMMUNICATION

EXCELLENCE Virginia Tax Amnesty Campaign

* American Management Systems Fairfax, VA, USA, and

* Virginia Department of Taxation

MERIT New Hope for Parkinson's

* Carrie Nelson

* Medtronic Minneapolis, MN, USA

InterfaceFLOR Launch

* Dome Communications Chicago, IL, USA

Establishing the K-Lane Kennels Brand

* Louise E.

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