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PMA’s Virtual Town Hall Series scores awards

The Produce Marketing Association’s Virtual Town Hall Series, which began in March 2020 and has continued as a weekly broadcast into 2021, has won recognition in three separate awards recognizing programming and creative initiatives over the past year.

The series received the Silver Award in the category of Strategic Program – Covid-19 Related in the MUSE Creative Awards. The entries in the competition are judged by a blind panel of 46 jurors from 25 countries across multiple industries.

PMA was also recognized as the Best Non-Profit Campaign in the 2021 Impact Awards from the Internet Marketing Association (IMA). IMA’s annual awards recognize best-in-class creativity, expertise, and results from practitioners across all industries. 

Lastly, the series was also recognized with a Gold Award in the category of strategic communications by the MarCom Awards. There were more than 6,000 entries from throughout the United States, Canada, and 39 other countries. 

“It’s an incredible honor to be recognized by the Internet Marketing Association, the MarCom Awards, and The Muse Awards for the Virtual Town Hall series we launched more than a year ago to help our members and industry navigate the disruptions of the pandemic,” said PMA CEO Cathy Burns. “Thank you to all of our town hall panelists and the PMA team for delivering new value and resources at a time when they were much needed by our members.”

The Virtual Town Hall has served as a venue to cover important topics like transportation challenges in produce and floral, diversity, equity, and inclusion, the practices that help to ensure produce and floral remains a destination for the best and brightest talent, and insights or learnings from member attended events like SXSW and the Vatican Global Health Conference.

The series will continue through the end of the year and industry members are invited to register for any upcoming event.

To register for the next Virtual Town Hall, sign up here.

For more information:
Siobhan May
Produce Marketing Association
Tel: +1 (302) 781-5855 

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