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2009 Nonprofit Tagline Award Winners Announced

October 20, 2009

Nancy_180 Earlier today, our friend Nancy Schwartz, president of Nancy Schwartz & Company and publisher at GettingAttention.org, a great resource for nonprofit marketing and communications professionals, announced the thirteen winners of the 2009 Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Awards competition.

Selected from 60 finalists drawn from the 1,702 nonprofit taglines submitted for consideration, the winners include Common Cause (in the Civic Benefit category), the United Negro College Fund (Education), Earthjustice (Environment & Animals), the Cleveland Foundation (Grantmaking), and Homeboy Industries (Jobs & Workforce Development).

The winning taglines will be featured in the 2009 Getting Attention Nonprofit Tagline Report (due out in November) along with:

  • The 10 Have-Tos for Successful Taglines
  • The 7 Deadly Sins – What Not to Do
  • Over 2,500 Nonprofit Tagline Examples

For a complete list of this year's winners and their taglines, visit Nancy's blog.

-- Regina Mahone

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Posted by Jackie Beretta  |   October 20, 2009 at 01:52 PM

This was fun! We entered this contest never expecting to win - although we felt passionate about our tagline "Building community deep in the hearts of Texans". We learned so much by watching and reading Nancy's blog. Congratulations to all our fellow winners!

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