The King’s Daughters Marketing and Public Relations Department received three top awards and six certificates of merit from the recent Kentucky Society for Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing annual Thoroughbred Awards Luncheon in Louisville. The awards luncheon, part of the Kentucky Hospital Association’s annual conference, honors and recognizes excellent work in the areas of healthcare marketing and public relations from throughout the state of Kentucky.
The King’s Daughters Marketing and Public Relations team includes: Carrie Browning; Elaine Corbitt; Tom Dearing; Kellie Delaney; Betsy Donahue; Julie Marsh; Melissa McKenzie; Jerry Pennington; James Stout; and Kerry Winkler.
KDMC won Thoroughbred awards (top honors) for:
King’s Daughters won certificates of merit for:
Overall, 19 Kentucky healthcare organizations submitted 159 entries for judging. Six hospitals were awarded Thoroughbreds (16 total top awards) and 47 submissions received certificates of merit. Organizations were eligible to submit entries in 25 categories ranging from television advertising and brochure design to cooperative partnerships with local entities. Entries were judged on such criteria as concept, design, originality/creativity, implementation and overall impact by the Tennessee Society for Marketing and Public Relations.
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