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25 Jun, 2014

Announcing the 2014 Washington, DC Chapter MCA Award Winners

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the SMPS DC Chapter 2014 Marketing Communications Awards:

1st Place – Advertising James G. Davis Construction Corporation “We Never Stop” Ad Campaign

James G. Davis Construction Corporation “We Never Stop” Ad Campaign

1st Place – Book/Monograph – Integral Group “Revolutionary Engineering”

Integral Group “Revolutionary Engineering”

Honorable Mention – Book/Monograph Perkins+Will “Inside”

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1st Place – Internal Communication Timmons Group, Inc. “60 For 60 Blood Drive” Campaign

Jennifer Miranowicz and Barbara Bliley from Timmons Group accepting MCA 1st Place & Best in Show Awards for Internal Communication "60 for 60 Blood Drive" Campaign

1st Place – Promotional Campaign Hickok Cole Architects “GO25” Campaign

1st Place – Promotional Campaign – Hickok Cole Architects “GO25” Campaign

1st Place – Special Event Hickok Cole Architects Art Night

1st Place – Special Event Hickok Cole Architects Art Night

Honorable Mention – Holiday Piece Timmons Group, Inc. Holiday Light Tour Digital Holiday Card


Honorable Mention – Tradeshow Marketing – Quinn Evans Architects & Mueller Associates, Inc. “Go Wild” IAMFA Conference Zoo Day Campaign


Best in Show Award - Internal Communications – Timmons Group, Inc. “60 For 60 Blood Drive” Campaign


People’s Choice Award Winner - Quinn Evans Architects & Mueller Associates, Inc. for “Go Wild” IAMFA Conference Zoo Day” Campaign

People’s Choice Award Winner – Quinn Evans Architects & Mueller Associates, Inc. for “Go Wild” IAMFA Conference Zoo Day” Campaign


Thank you to our winners, to all who submitted, and a special thank you to this year’s Chair & judges:

MCA Chair – Immediate Past President Kathleen Held (Cini•Little International, Inc.)

  1. Past chapter president Joe Monahan (Alpha Corporation)
  2. Past chapter president & SMPS Fellow Susan Merrigan (Perkins+Will)
  3. President-Elect Deborah Hayward (Creative Umbrella)
  4. Robert Dowling (Former Publisher and Editor in Chief of the Hollywood Reporter )