Tax Collector’s Office Wins National Communications Awards
West Palm Beach, Fla. –Constitutional Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon today announced her agency was recently honored with two national awards, including a top prize, for its communications and marketing products. The agency was recognized at the National Association
of Government Communicators’ (NAGC) banquet held in Washington, D.C. last month during its annual conference.
The Tax Collector’s Office won first place in the Best Grassroots Marketing Campaign category for its “Take Your Hour Back” campaign. This educational campaign emphasized more convenient methods for conducting business with the agency to help clients avoid waiting nearly one hour in line in a service center. The campaign included tips to make interactions more efficient and painless, including offering convenient payment options.
The agency also took home the Award of Excellence in the Most Improved Publication category for its 2019 Tax Planner & Services Guide. This award recognized the many design
and readability improvements made to this popular publication.
“To be recognized nationally for our communications work is a significant accomplishment for our agency,” said Tax Collector Gannon. “We were competing against government agencies of all sizes including federal, state and local organizations.”
“This annual national awards program recognizes superior government communication products and those who produce them,” said NAGC President Chris O’Neil. “The awards demonstrate to those who use our services that we produce high quality and effective products,” he added.
Earlier this year, the Tax Collector’s Office earned local awards for communications and marketing excellence for its monthly newsletter, Tax Talk with Anne Gannon, and for several internal and external communications projects.
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