NFPW Communications Contest encourages and rewards excellence in communications in a wide range of categories — writing, editing and page design, photography and graphics, radio and television, web and social media, advertising, public relations/promotion/publicity, speeches, collegiate/education, books and creative writing. Colorado members of NFPW are urged to enter the At-Large Contest run by the National Federation of Press Women for states without an active contest (like Colorado). Once a large number of Colorado members begin entering the At-Large Contest, CPW will reactivate a state contest. First-place At-Large winners are automatically entered in NFPW’s national contest. Competitors are often from New York, New Hampshire, Maryland, Louisiana, Nevada, Tennessee, Kentucky, New Jersey, Maine, Oregon, Wyoming, Georgia, Florida, Connecticut and Michigan.
Entries are closed for the 2020 NFPW Communications Contest. Check here for announcement of national winners: https://nfpw.org/professional-contest-2/
(See separate story for how Colorado members fared in the 2020 contest.)
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