The C8 Corvette isn’t the only winner coming out of Bowling Green these days.
The National Corvette Museum just completed a busy November that saw the facility win multiple awards from three organizations.
The victories began at the Kentucky Travel Industry Association Conference, where the NCM earned three Bronze Traverse Awards for Website (corvettemuseum.org), PR Campaign (Preparing for the Next Generation), and COVID-19 Community Support and Engagement (Experiencing National Corvette Museum From Your Home).
Next up was the Professional Marketing Association of Bowling Green’s Markie Awards, where the NCM received several more honors, including Best of Show (Preparing for the Next Generation); Gold in Best Event or Fundraising Campaign (Expansion Campaign); Gold in Out-of-Home, Digital, or Print (Corvette Powered Billboard); Gold in Best Long Format Video :31 or More (Vettecademy); and Silver in Best Newsletter, Magazine, Booklet, or E-News (America’s Sports Car magazine).
“It is an honor to receive these awards for our marketing and communications efforts. To be recognized by our peers in the field as well as our local community highlights the impact the National Corvette Museum has made in the area. We extend our congratulations to all the other winners this year and are proud to work in such a close-knit marketing community,” said Mariah Hughes, Senior Media and Marketing Specialist for the National Corvette Museum.
Lastly, the NCM hosted the National Association of Automobile Museums’ Annual Conference, where the hosts received seven more awards: First Place Interpretive Exhibits (E. Pierce Marshall Memorial Performance Gallery); Second Place Interpretive Exhibits (Cartoon Creatures, Kustom Kars, and Corvettes: The Art and Influence of Ed “Big Daddy” Roth); First Place Educational Programs (Vettecademy); Second Place Film and Video (Fully Vetted); Third Place Film and Video (Vettecademy); First Place Newsletters and Magazines (America’s Sports Car magazine); and First Place Events and Public Promotions (2020 Virtual Michelin NCM Bash).
“Receiving these awards for the significant projects the Museum undertook during a global pandemic, that have been judged by our peers, truly shows the dedication and hard work our staff puts into everything we do here at the Museum, and the quality and professionalism to which we aspire,” said Derek E. Moore, Director of Collections and Curator for the National Corvette Museum.
The NCM says these awards serve as a showcase for the continued growth of the National Corvette Museum and we would like to thank our members, donors, staff, and visitors for making it possible through your continued support.
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