Fulton County Communicators win Bronze Flame Award

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    The Fulton County Office of Communications has earned two 2012 Bronze Flame Awards from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Atlanta Chapter.
    More than 115 entries were judged for competition in this year’s IABC/Atlanta Golden Flame Awards. The Fulton County Office of Communications received the Bronze Flame Award in two categories: “Communications Skills” for their publication the Fulton County 2011 Annual Report and for “Communication Creative” for the graphic design of their Passion for Performance Posters.
    IABC/Atlanta is a local chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, headquartered in San Francisco, California. The Chapter represents approximately 300 professional communicators in the metropolitan Atlanta area.
    Members include public relations and communication professionals from Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, communication agencies, nonprofit organizations, government agencies as well as freelance writers and consultants. All have a commitment to continue professional development and a desire to network with other communicators.

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    Pictured from left are Acar Nazli, Graphic Designer; Jolene Freeman, Public Affairs Manager; Ericka Davis, Communications Director; Bob Giordano, Public Information Officer; Felecia Church, Senior Public Information Officer; and Terria Smith, Events Coordinator.

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