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IABC Detroit Seeks Entries for 33rd Annual Renaissance Awards

DETROIT, March 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Detroit Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is seeking entries for its 33rd annual Renaissance Awards, which honor the best in business communications in Southeast Michigan. With more than 40 categories in communication management, research, training and education or creative execution, IABC Detroit's Renaissance Awards offer a variety of awards in business communication excellence. Awards must be submitted online by April 7, 2014. Award recipients will be announced and honored at an awards gala on June 26, 2014, at The Detroit Historical Museum.

For the first time in IABC Detroit's Renaissance Awards history, communicators can submit their work online at http://bq.awardsentry.org/detroit thanks to technology sponsor CareTech Solutions of Troy, Michigan.

"IABC Detroit is grateful to CareTech Solutions for its sponsorship that makes this technology by Awards Sentry available to our chapter," said Nancy Skidmore, IABC Detroit chapter administrator. Skidmore who has overseen the activities of IABC Detroit for 25 years. "Technology has advanced communication practices in every aspect of our industry, from planning to execution. We are very excited that we can now offer this convenience to individuals who submit an entry. Everyone who has entered in the past will recognize how much easier it is to submit an entry online."

Entries must be made online at http://bq.awardsentry.org/detroit by April 7, 2014. For more information, award categories and entry requirements, visit www.iabcdetroit.com.

 

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