2015 3CMA Award Winners

2015 3CMA Award Winners

The City of Orlando's Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations and the Downtown Development Board recently received four awards at the 2015 3CMA Savvy Awards. The Savvy Awards competition recognizes outstanding local government achievements in communications, public-sector marketing and citizen-engagement relationships. The awards salute skilled and effective city, county, agency or district professionals who have creatively planned and carried out successful innovations in communications and marketing. The team was recognized for the following: Savvy Award: TV & Video, Promotion Video Discover Your Urban ECHL Commercials Downtown Orlando Marketing & Communications Coordinator: Kelly Allen Video Producer: Jed Ackerman Judges…continue reading →
Fall Fiesta

Fall Fiesta

Graphics Supervisor: Jen Hiatt Artist: Sondra DeLuca Client: Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations – Events The Fall Fiesta in the Park is held annually during the second weekend in November. More than 150,000 residents and visitors to Orlando visit Lake Eola Park during this weekend to view and purchase arts and crafts from artists from across Central Florida. Goals: Each year the City of Orlando’s Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations graphics team updates the artwork that is used in the marketing and advertising of the event. Being a signature event from our office, I usually encourage the designer…continue reading →
iLead wins NUSA award

iLead wins NUSA award

The City of Orlando’s iLead: Your Interactive Neighborhood Training Source program recently won first place at the 40th annual Neighborhoods USA national conference in the Best Neighborhood Program Award – Social Revitalization Category. This national award recognizes outstanding programs by a governmental entity, business or corporation that help build stronger communities. Under the leadership of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, the City of Orlando’s Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations developed the iLead program to organize, support, mentor and guide citizens and organizations in their effort to keep their neighborhood a great place to…continue reading →