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AACUL issues call for Pro Blockbuster award entries
MADISON, Wis. (1/29/10)--The American Association of Credit Union Leagues (AACUL) is issuing a call for entries for Pro and Blockbuster awards. The deadline for entries is April 23. Pro Awards honor the best in public relations and publications, and the Blockbuster Awards pay tribute to excellence in marketing and advertising. These awards are the highest communications awards bestowed on leagues and league state communicators. This year marks the 32nd year that the Pro and Blockbuster Awards have recognized outstanding league and league state communicator communications efforts. To enter, participants should follow the entry guidelines outlined in the resource link. Those not submitted as directed may be disqualified. Entries can be in the following areas: radio, television, online, print and multiple--more than one category. The fee for each submission is $50. Entrants must complete an entry fee payment form and include a share draft or check payable to AACUL. Send Pro and Blockbuster entries to the following shipping address:

PRO/BLOCKBUSTER ENTRIES

Attn: Shellee Mitchell

American Association of Credit Union Leagues,

601 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., South Building

Suite 600,

Washington, DC 20004-2601

All entries will be displayed during the 2010 AACUL Communicators/GAPS Conference on June 21-23 in Washington, D.C. Entries will not be returned. However, conference attendees can pick up their entries at the end of the conference. Award winners will be announced at the conference. For more information, use the link.


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