Regional Best of NAMA Winners/Highlights

Written by NAMA on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 , 3:18 pm

Best of  NAMA Regional Winners

Congrats to all the Best of  NAMA winners!  If you placed first or merit at the regional level, you are eligible to advance to the national competition.  You should have received an email from the National office about advancing your entries.  If you have questions, call 913-491-6500.

Please click on a region below to view winners and check out photos at flickr.

Region I

Region II

Region III

Region IV

Region V

Region VI

Best of NAMA Highlights

Region II Best of NAMA

Nearly 150 people attended the awards banquet at the Boulevard Brewery on January 28 in Kansas City, MO.  The ceremony honored the best work for the Rocky Mountain, Southwest, Missouri-Kansas, Great Plains, Gateway, and Cornhusker chapters.

Best of Show Advertising
Category:  Point-of-purchase materials
Company:  Cal-Ann Farms
Agency:  Sullivan Higdon & Sink
Campaign:  Cal-Ann Packaging

Best of Show Public Relations
Category:  Public Affairs/Issues Management Program
Company:  Missouri Corn Growers Assn./Missouri Corn Merchandising Council
Agency:  In-house
Campaign:  Underwater and Overlooked: Crisis on the Missouri River


Region III Best of NAMA

With over 120 people in attendance at the awards banquet on January 31 at the Embassy Suites in Des Moines, the ceremony honored the Cornbelt, Iowa, North Central and Northern Prairie Chapters.  Additionally, it was amazing to see five National NAMA President and past presidents coming together to kickoff the celebration –  Beth Burgy, Paul Redhage, Tom Smull,
Vicki Henrickson and Susie Decker.

Best of Show Advertising
Category:  Television – Single or Series
Company:  South Dakota Corn Utilization Council
Agency:  Paulsen Marketing
Campaign:  SD Corn:  Feeding the World TV

Best of Show Public Relations
Category:  Public Affairs/Issues Management program
Company:  Minnesota Pork Board and Minnesota Pork Producers Assn.
Agency:  Weber Shandwick
Campaign:  Building Trust from Farm to Fork


Region IV Best of NAMA

Badger, Chicago, Heartland and Mid-America Chapters celebrated their Best Work on January 24th at the Eaglewood Resort & Spa in Itasca, IL.

Best of Show Advertising
Category:  Multimedia Campaigns – Regional
Company:  Beck’s Hybrids
Agency:   In-house
Campaign:  Suspect of Success

Best of Show Public Relations
Category:  Events – Media
Company:  Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
Agency:  Stephan & Brady
Campaign: National Grilled Cheese Month Kick Off Event


Carolinas/Virginia Best of NAMA

The Carolinas/Virginia Chapter celebrated its annual Best of  NAMA awards ceremony on January 22nd at the Hamner Conference Center in Research Triangle Park, NC.

The Best of Show Advertising award was presented to Arysta LifeScience and Woodruff Sweitzer for the EVITO Fungicide Multi Media Campaign.  The Best of Show Public Relations was awarded to Cotton Incorporated and
Harvest PR & Marketing for their Cottonseed Marketplace  interactive marketing tool.


Southeastern Best of NAMA

The Norcross Station Café was the site for the Southeastern Chapter’s Best of NAMA Awards ceremony.  Nearly 30 people gathered on January 24 to receive awards and congratulate the winners.  Merial Limited and Sullivan Higdon & Sink won Best of Show in Advertising for Web Banners, Series, in the category for advertising on
the web directed to farmers, growers, ranchers
or other’s serving agriculture.  Best of Show in Public Relations was awarded to AGCO Application Equipment and Osborn Barr for their SpraCoupe – Ushering in the Era of Modern Agriculture news release.


Midsouth Best of NAMA

The Midsouth Chapter gathered at Texas de Brazil on January 17 to celebrate winners in more than 20 different companies, organizations and agencies for their work in Midsouth agriculture.  Best of Show in Advertising was awarded to Monsanto and Brighton Agency for their multimedia local campaign, Deltapine 4-Bale Campaign, Georgia.  Best of Show Public Relations was awarded to Tennessee Farmers Cooperative for their in-house annual report “I’m Co-op.”

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