Glenside’s Paskill Stapleton & Lord Strikes Gold in Design Competitions

Photo courtesy of Paskill Stapleton & Lord.

Glenside’s Paskill Stapleton & Lord struck gold in recent awards competitions sponsored by College and University Public Relations and Associated Professionals (CUPRAP) and Higher Education Marketing Report (HEMR).

PS&L, a higher-education marketing firm, earned a total of four gold awards from the CUPRAP and HEMR competitions, part of a total of nine citations for excellence in competitions in 2015.

“The entire team at PS&L shares this recognition with our fabulous clients,” said Bob Oxman, PS&L’s Vice President of Creative Services. “We work side-by-side with some of the best in higher education, from presidents and VPEMs to their counterparts in admissions and marketing/communications. The one thing these awards recognize in our eyes is the value of those relationships.”

The CUPRAP awards saw PS&L win gold in two different categories for the firm’s work with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. PS&L won gold for the PCOM enterprise website and the PCOM video project.

PS&L also earned a bronze recognition for Manor College’s outdoor campaign.

The PCOM enterprise website won a second gold award in the HEMR competition, joining Marywood University’s International Recruitment Microsite as a gold award winner from HEMR.

PS&L also earned Merit awards from HEMR for the PCOM video project, and Neumann University’s recruitment website and Viewbook.

CUPRAP is a voluntary organization of communications professionals from colleges, universities, and independent schools dedicated to advancing the understanding of higher education and enhancing the professional development of its members.

Higher Education Marketing Report is part of the HMR Publications Group, a source for marketing news and information from around the nation in the fields of higher education and healthcare marketing.

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