The competition is the nation’s largest awards program honoring the best in marketing, communications, educational materials and programs for adults age 50 and older.
Signal Hill (www.signalhillspot.com)
“We are privileged to share the stories of our clients and honored by these awards,” says Mallory Flynn, Signal Hill’s content manager. “And the recognition of Senior Correspondent, which is entirely powered by the voices of older adults, confirms our belief that people desire a seasoned view of the world.”
Launched two years ago, Senior Correspondent (www.seniorcorrespondent.com)
Signal Hill’s gold-winning stories included one ABHOW resident’s gripping wartime story, “Resident Recollects WWIIService,”
Follow the links below to view Signal Hill’s winning entries:
Gold, single article, Resident Recollects World War II Service.
Gold, single article, Closing the Generation Gap.
Silver, single article, Happy Feet Fly at Grand Lake Gardens.
Silver, single article, Cowgirl Rides Home a Rare Honor.
Bronze, annual report, The Good Life, Redefined, 2010 ABHOW Annual Report, produced in collaboration with Design Site.
Bronze, website, Senior Correspondent.
Merit, single article, Losing Ground Part III: Baby Boomers Struggle to Recover.
Merit, book, Believing in Senior Living.
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