Coahoma Snags Five Honors at 2020 CPRAM Awards

CPRAM Awards

Coahoma Snags Five Honors at 2020 CPRAM Awards

Coahoma Community College can add another feather to its proverbial hat, as recently the institution's Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) was awarded five honors during the 2020 College Public Relations Association of Mississippi (CPRAM) Awards.

Coahoma Snags Five Honors at 2020 CPRAM Awards

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Marriel Hardy

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Mon Aug 31, 2020

CPRAM Awards

Coahoma Community College can add another feather to its proverbial hat, as recently the institution's Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) was awarded five honors during the 2020 College Public Relations Association of Mississippi (CPRAM) Awards.

CPRAM is a consortium of public relations and marketing professionals employed at Mississippi's public and private colleges and universities, as well as affiliated education agencies.

Typically, the organization holds an annual conference that allows members and attendees opportunities to receive professional development training, conduct dialogue with colleagues, and attend the awards ceremony. With the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, this year's conference was not a viable option, and the awards ceremony was conducted virtually.

Marriel C. Hardy, chief communications officer and branding identity, says receiving these awards is a true testament to the hard work that his team puts in daily. He hopes that his office continues to produce quality communications and marketing materials in support of Coahoma.

"I'm always proud and genuinely impressed by the stellar work that OCM produces," said Hardy. "We are so fortunate to have a group of creative, imaginative, and hardworking team members. I am pleased that we, as a unit, are developing a winning tradition."

Coahoma placed in the following categories:

Feature Story (or series):
Second place – "Nathaniel Clark Profile-Drafting Paths to Excellence" – Coahoma Community College – Melody Dixon and Office of Communications & Marketing

Sports News Story (or series):
First place – "Tigers Pull Off Shocking Upset Against Bobcats" – Coahoma Community College – Vashon Jones and Office of Communication and Marketing

Sports Feature Story (or series):
Third place – She's Got Game: New Leadership Tapped for Women's Basketball" – Coahoma Community College – Vashon Jones

Web Page:
Second place – "www.coahomacc.edu" – Coahoma Community College – Office of Communications & Marketing, Ezra Howard and Marriel Hardy

Television Programs:
Second place – "CCC Football vs Jones Highlights" – Coahoma Community College – Vashon Jones and Office of Communications and Marketing