PRSA MEMPHIS ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR and COMMUNICATOR OF THE YEAR.
PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
GUIDELINES: A PRSA Memphis member who has gone above and beyond for the organization in 2014.
COMMUNICATOR OF THE YEAR
The Communicator of the Year award was established in 1976 with Bud Dudley, founder of the Liberty Bowl, its first recipient. The list of honorees includes Ron Terry, Cecil Humphreys, Fred P. Gattas, Olin Morris, D’Army Bailey, Judith Drescher, Fred Jones, Gerry House, Dr. Scott Morris, Arnold Perl, Linn Sitler, and Meri Armour among others.
GUIDELINES– The Award is given to either a PRSA member or non-member for gaining public awareness (and participation, if applicable) for an event or effort benefiting either the city of Memphis or a local civic or philanthropic organization. It may be awarded either for something done during the course of one year or for a longer period of time.
The recipient does not necessarily have to be a public relations practitioner. Judges will consider the amount of difficulty encountered to achieve the goal as well as the number of people who benefited from the effort.
Nominations will be opening soon!
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