Adria Bergeron, Director of Marketing and Communications, and Ethan Zucal, Engagement and Outreach Coordinator, accept multiple awards at the Ohio Travel Association’s RUBY Awards presentation.
On Oct. 13 at Kalahari Resorts and Conventions in Sandusky, Ohio the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) received multiple awards at the Ohio Travel Association’s RUBY Awards presentation.
Bergeron and Zucal accepted awards for Radio Advertisement, Print Advertisement, Television Advertisement, and Annual Report.
The awards were sponsored by Ohio Magazine and presented during the Ohio Conference on Tourism. This year, the Recognizing Uncommon Brilliance Yearly (RUBY) Awards had 184 entries in 17 categories. The Ohio Travel Association’s RUBY Awards recognize excellence in Ohio’s hospitality and tourism industry for efforts in marketing, advertising, and public relations.
Concepts, results, and creativity were judged by nine marketing professionals to determine the winners. “Competition for these awards seems to grow every year,” said Melinda Huntley, Ohio Travel Association executive director. “Winners truly represent the best of the best in marketing strategy and design. It’s inspiring.” (The Ohio Travel Association is a nonprofit trade association representing travel and tourism-related businesses throughout the state- www.ohiotravel.org.)
“The organizations that are represented at the Ohio Conference on Tourism are some of the best in the state,” said Bergeron. “I am so proud to bring home these awards. Competition is tough and to be recognized is an honor and I am proud to represent the MWCD.”
Before the snow falls, take advantage of the local beauty offered at a MWCD Lake Park!
- Atwood Lake Park and Campground
- Charles Mill Lake Park and Campground
- Clendening Lake Marina and Campground
- Leesville North Fork Campground
- Piedmont Lake Marina and Campground
- Pleasant Hill Lake Park and Campground
- Seneca Lake Park and Campground
- Tappan Lake Park and Campground
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Responsible stewards dedicated to providing the benefits of flood reduction, conservation, and recreation in the Muskingum River Watershed. The MWCD is the largest conservancy district in the state and led the effort to construct 14 dams and reservoirs. The MWCD has jurisdiction for its operations in all or portions of an 18-county area. The 18 counties wholly or partially contained in the MWCD jurisdiction are Ashland, Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Holmes, Harrison, Knox, Licking, Morgan, Muskingum, Noble, Richland, Stark, Summit, Tuscarawas, Wayne, and Washington.
Audrey Mattevi Reporting