How The Best Was Won

Written by NAMA on Thursday, August 16, 2007 , 1:47 pm

The National Agri-Marketing Association, in association with NAMA members everywhere presents How The Best Was Won starring: Discerning Clients, Astute Account Executives, Clever Copywriters, Gifted Art Directors, Savvy PR Professionals, Shrewd Media Buyers, Demanding Production Managers, and a Cast of Thousands.

The Best of NAMA awards program honors the best work in agricultural communications. Actually, the best of the best, since companies/agencies must first qualify through regional competition in order to advance to the national level. The national awards ceremony will take place April 16, at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center in Kansas City.

Best of NAMA operates on a regional judging format. Entries are sent directly to the national NAMA office and judged by industry professionals at a regional level for possible advancement to national competition. The regional judging will take place November 12-13 in Kansas City. A minimum point standard will be used at the regional level. If you place first or merit at the regional competition and score above the minimum point standard, you are eligible to advance to the national competition. The NAMA office will notify you by February 1, 2008, regarding entries eligible for advancement. An entry fee at the regional and national level is required. If your entry advances to national, however, it will not be necessary to create another entry.

The entry deadline is October 12, 2007. No extensions will be granted on entry or payment submission.

To view the Best of NAMA entry categories, directions on how to prepare your entries or to download Best of NAMA entry forms, visit

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