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CC earns Gold, Silver at NCMPR contest
Posted By: Ashlee Estlack - 11/1/2016 10:24:25 AM

Clarendon College was awarded two Medallion Awards for its marketing and public relations efforts at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District 4 conference last Friday in Santa Fe.

Clarendon's Chief of Staff Ashlee Estlack was awarded the Silver Medallion in Outdoor Media for the College’s cosmetology billboard from Summer 2016, and a Gold Medallion in Electronic Newsletter the 2015-16 College Newsletters.

“We are very proud of Ashlee’s accomplishments and these awards are truly a sign of her expertise and talent,” Riza said.  “The cosmetology marketing campaign led to increased enrollment at our Amarillo campus this fall.  The newsletters have been a great source of information for potential students, donors and alumni, and allow us to highlight successes of the College as well as distribute general information.”

The Gold Medallion in Outdoor Media was awarded to Santa Fe Community College and the Bronze went to Temple College.  In Electronic Newsletter Silver was awarded to Wharton County Junior College and Bronze went to Community College of Aurora.

“It is an honor to be recognized by our peers, most of whom come from much larger schools,” CC Chief of Staff Ashlee Estlack said.

The NCMPR Medallion Awards honor outstanding achievement in communications. The competition is the only regional contest of its kind that honors excellence exclusively among marketing and public relations professionals at two-year colleges.

NCMPR, an affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges, represents marketing and public relations professionals at community and technical colleges throughout the United States.  NCMPR has more than 1,550 members from more than 650 colleges across the country, including Canada and other countries.  District 4 includes community colleges in Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming.