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Carrollton Wins International Award for Communications and Graphic Design

Post Date:06/27/2018 3:03 PM

NAGC-Award-2ndPlaceThe City of Carrollton Marketing Services team was honored to win an award at the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC) annual international 2018 Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards competition Wednesday, June 20.

The NAGC is dedicated to advocating, promoting, and recognizing excellence in governmental communication. The awards recognize superior government communication products and those who produce them, giving communicators the opportunity to share some of their best work, innovation, and creativity. Entries are judged by teams of members and non-members with communications and municipal government expertise in their assigned categories.

The City’s unique artwork for the 7th annual Festival at the Switchyard poster brought home second place in the Graphic Design category. Efforts from the City of Carrollton continue to be recognized for their far reaching qualities and attributes. From public service and education to amenities and events, all departments within the City of Carrollton work hard to provide programs benefitting Carrollton residents and visitors.

“The City of Carrollton’s Marketing Services Department is proud to be recognized by a prestigious organization such as NAGC for the City’s continued efforts to engage citizens and visitors alike,” Marketing Director Kelli Lewis said.

The NAGC awards program serves as a professional highpoint for municipal communications internationally. In addition to the peer recognition fostered by the NAGC, the process allows all participating members to learn more about what best practices and innovative communication tools are being used around the world.

NAGC-Award-TeamThis year’s awards were presented at the NAGC 2018 Communications School conference held June 19-21 in Fort Myers, Florida. For a complete list of City accolades, visit


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