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Entries being accepted for league Blockbuster Awards
MADISON, Wis. (3/12/14)--Entries are now being accepted for the 2014 Credit Union National Association Blockbuster Awards, an event that recognizes the outstanding marketing, advertising and publication efforts of state leagues and league service corporations promoting the credit union movement.
 
All submissions for 2013 work must include an entry form, the corresponding entry materials and the appropriate fee payment.
 
This year's program also features several new rules: Entries can now be submitted digitally; the program has been streamlined with several adjustments to categories; and the name of the program has been changed from the Pro & Blockbuster Awards to the Blockbuster Awards.
 
The awards will be presented during the GAPS/Communicators Conference June 16-18 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington.
 
The deadline to submit entries is April 18. Winners will be notified in May and honored at an event held at the conference.
 
For all specific submission guidelines, categories and information, use the resource link.
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