The City of Greenville won six awards for its public communication efforts at a statewide awards contest.
Greenville officials were presented the awards at the 12th Annual North Carolina City & County Communicators’ (NC3C) Excellence in Communications Awards presentation on Thursday, April 11.
The City of Greenville earned the following awards:
First Place: Best General Use of Social Media for a Program, Activity, or Campaign for its 2018 Year in Review series.
First Place: Still Photography for a photo of the Fireworks over the Town Common taken by Communications Specialist Aaron Hines.
First Place: Printed Publications (Program or Activity Catalog) for the City’s Recreation and Parks Department Program Guide.
First Place: Printed Publications (Annual Report) for the City’s Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR).
First Place: Most Creative with Least Dollars Spent for the Greenville Police Department K9 for a Day initiative.
Second Place: Still Photography for a photo of the G.K. Butterfield Transportation Center taken by Communications Specialist Aaron Hines.
27 other North Carolina governments also won awards at the contest, with all 248 entries being judged by the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers.