Navigate Wins Two MarCom Awards for Excellence in Marketing
Posted On: November 12, 2019
“Blight Demolition Day Media Kit” wins Platinum
Navigate Affordable Housing Partners, the Hands-On Thought Leader™ in the Affordable Housing industry, has earned one Platinum MarCom Award, a Gold Marcom Award, and an honorable mention.
The MarCom Awards is an international competition honoring excellence in marketing and communications. Entries come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies, and freelancers.
Marketing Coordinator Ebony Hall created the Platinum award-winning “Blight Demolition Day Media Kit.” Marketing Assistant Charles Rowe shot, produced and edited the “#TitusvilleRising” mini-documentary, which earned a Gold award. Rowe also earned Honorable Mention for his “Marc Steel Banner” design.
“2019 has been a busy and creative year,” says Hall. “We have won awards in 2017 and 2018, but this year is extra special. Navigate’s Community Development efforts are taking off! These awards show that we are promoting them well.”
MarCom selected this year’s winners from about 6000 entries. You can view Navigate’s entries below.
Blight Demolition Day Media Information Brochure
ABOUT NAVIGATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PARTNERS: Based in Birmingham, Ala., Navigate Affordable Housing Partners is a nonprofit engaged in developing, owning and managing affordable housing and consulting with various housing agencies to provide compliance and training. Navigate is also a federal contractor providing compliance and financial services on behalf of HUD as the Section 8 PBCA for multiple states. Navigate’s core values — Service, Respect, Transparency, Quality, and Innovation – are applied to every aspect of their work and has resulted in an exemplary reputation in the housing industry. For further information, visit www.navigatehousing.com
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