Entries for APPA’s Annual Report Contest are due Aug. 15
Originally published July 17, 2014
APPA invites all utility members to participate in this year’s Annual Report Contest. The contest is an opportunity for utilities to earn national recognition for one of the industry’s most valuable communication tools: high-quality annual reports.
Utilities can enter in four separate revenue classes in either the Digital or Print categories. The deadline to submit an entry is Aug. 15.
Entrants that exhibit excellent writing, design, photography, organization, and creativity will be recognized with certificates of Excellence and Merit during APPA’s 2014 Customer Connections Conference Oct. 26-29 in Jacksonville, Florida.
Entries must be a utility’s most recent annual report not previously submitted. An outside panel of communications and design experts will judge the entries, and winners will be notified by Sept. 30.
The Annual Report Contest call for entries brochure, list of the 2013 winners, and advice from the 2013 contest judges are available on APPA’s website. If you have any questions, contact APPA’s Communications Department at CustomerConnections@PublicPower.org or 202/467-2958
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