MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich., March 12, 2019 — The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Detroit chapter is helping communicators reveal their awards potential by offering a single application for two award programs. IABC Detroit is again partnering with its accomplice, Heritage Region, to give communicators a chance to compete at the local level (IABC Detroit’s 2019 Renaissance Awards) as well as the regional level (Heritage Region Silver Quill) at the same time, using a single entry.
This year’s mysterious Clue game-themed competition is designed to showcase the communication management skills, and problem-solving creativity of Michigan’s finest companies, agencies and professionals. Early bird call for entries will open soon.
“Communicators are challenged daily to search for authenticity and solve multiple communication “cases” at a time,'” said Ed Walters, co-chair of the IABC Detroit Renaissance Awards program. “Our IABC chapter provides a fun, unique and interactive opportunity to have their work recognized at the local and regional levels.”
Anna Cangialosi, co-chair, IABC Detroit Renaissance Awards, agreed: “Entrants will save time, money and gain the recognition of peers and other communications professionals who will be inspired by their abilities to decode communication challenges.”
Don’t let your well-played strategic communications moves go unnoticed. Get ready to enter your outstanding communications work in IABC Detroit’s 2019 Renaissance Awards program and give your peers a clue to how it’s done. Look for a call-for-entries coming soon!
ABOUT IABC DETROIT’S RENAISSANCE AWARDS
IABC Detroit’s Renaissance Awards debuted nearly 40 years ago to recognize excellence in communications in southeast Michigan. Today, it is the premiere communications awards program in the state.
ABOUT THE HERITAGE REGION SILVER QUILL AWARDS
The IABC Heritage Region Silver Quill awards have been a hallmark of communications excellence for more than 15 years. Silver Quill recognizes outstanding accomplishments within its geographic area: Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia.
SOURCE IABC Detroit