Christina Motley’s 11 entries pulled from the NFPW Awards 2014 in the state of North Carolina Communications Contest won her three first place, two third place and an honorable mention at the national level.
CEO/CMO Christina Motley’s three First Place Award wins by the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW) ensures her place among top marketing firms in the U.S. She is a recognized national leader for her wins in creating and implementing in the B2B and B2C categories for Marketing Program or Campaign for a New Service, Direct-mail Marketing and Media and Public Relations.
Motley was also awarded third place in the Writing for the Web and Community Relations categories, as well as an Honorable Mention for a Social Media Campaign. She will be recognized at the NFPW Annual Conference September 4-6, 2014 in Greenville, South Carolina, for her accomplishments.
“It is rewarding and humbling to see something you created and are passionate about receive national coverage and appreciation. I plan to use this experience as a challenge in my practice to lead the way for other marketing firms and provide my clients with one of a kind services and deliverables,” said Motley.
Earlier this year, the North Carolina Press Club (NCPC), an affiliate chapter of the National Federation of Press Women (NFPW), selected Motley as the recipient of 11 first place awards for their Annual Communications Contest. These 11 winning entries, spanning multiple categories, were pushed on to compete nationally against some of the industry’s leading marketers and agencies.
Motley has been a member of NFPW since 1992, and is a former three-time Virginia Sweepstakes Communications Contest Winner. She holds nearly 300 awards and accolades for her leadership, creativity, writing, marketing and public speaking.
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