YUMA, AZ – The City of Yuma’s communications team was recently recognized with two awards from the City-County Communications and Marketing Association (3CMA), a national organization that supports local government communicators.
The city earned the Award of Excellence in the Video – Best Regular Programming category for “Charlemos Yuma,” a Spanish-language program that airs on cable and the city’s social media channels.
Yuma earned another Award of Excellence in the Print Publications category for its Annual Report “Strengthening the Core – City of Yuma Proposed Budget in Brief, Fiscal Year 2022.” The judges called it “an excellent piece that does an effective job of breaking down the budget for public consumption.”
“I want to congratulate the communications team on a job well done,” said Deputy City Manager Jenn Reichelt. “As an organization, we continually look for ways to elevate and improve our messaging and communications efforts.”
The 3CMA announced the 2022 winners of its national Savvy Awards competition during a ceremony Sept. 8 at its annual national conference, held this year in Portland, Ore. The Savvy Awards recognize outstanding achievements by local governments in communications, public sector marketing and resident-government relations.
The Savvies honor skilled and effective professionals in cities, counties, agencies or districts who have creatively planned and implemented successful innovations in communication and marketing.
The 3CMA accommodates local government organizations of all sizes and budget classes, judging nominations in several different population groups. More than 640 entries were received in 39 categories. The 3CMA used volunteer judges from across the United States to review all entries and provide constructive feedback on the winning entries.
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