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AMA chapter receives national awards

April 11, 2012, 10:45 am
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The American Marketing Association (AMA) student chapter at Northwest Nazarene University, recently won three awards at the National AMA Conference in New Orleans, La. The team brought home awards for Outstanding Community Service, Best Event and Organ Donor Awareness Registration.

Along with winning these three awards, team members Lauren Hartford (Wash.) and Holly Joffer (Idaho) were invited to speak. “NNU’s American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter continues to excel in impacting its community. Our chapter was recognized for its outstanding community service and its effectiveness it increasing awareness of organ donor registration. This year the AMA team was invited to share their community service strategy in a leadership session to help other AMA collegiate chapters improve their impact in their own communities,” faculty advisor Dr. Konya Weber.

When asked about her experience at the National AMA Conference, Hartford shared, “The AMA Collegiate Conference was such a rewarding experience! Our team was able to connect with other chapters from around the world and learn vital information about the current trends in marketing from experts. It was also great to be recognized for all of our hard work and bring home three awards.”


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