NAS Tally Continues to Grow at Aster Awards

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NAS Recruitment Communications, a premier name in healthcare human resources communications, announced today it had increased its 2008 prize total to 375 with a Judge's Choice trophy and 37 Gold, Silver and Bronze honors at the annual Aster Awards.

NAS Recruitment Communications, a premier name in healthcare human resources communications, announced today it had increased its 2008 prize total to 375 with a Judge's Choice trophy and 37 Gold, Silver and Bronze honors at the annual Aster Awards.

The Aster Awards, hosted by Creative Images, Inc., is an elite, international competition recognizing outstanding achievement in healthcare marketing and advertising. Winning entries from agencies and healthcare organizations worldwide will be published in Marketing Healthcare Today magazine.

The Judge's Choice award was bestowed for NAS' U.S. Army Medical Department campaign. Client-winners at the Gold, Silver and Bronze level included Caremark, Children's Hospital Boston, Jefferson John Knox Village, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Medical City Children's Hospital, Orlando Regional Healthcare, St. Vincent's HealthCare, Talecris Biotherapeutics and University of Maryland Medical Center.

Denise Amato, Senior Vice President -- Creative, said, "Being recognized for excellence in the healthcare industry is a great honor for our creative team, account managers and client-partners. It's through their collaboration and vision that we are able to achieve these awards and fulfill the NAS mission of Creating Demand. Delivering Talent. Changing Lives."

NAS Recruitment Communications, a McCann Worldgroup agency and part of the Interpublic Group of Companies, provides a diverse client base best-of-class service delivery with global, national and local market expertise. Its 36-office network throughout the U.S. and Canada utilizes the Demand Chain™, a proprietary process map designed to deliver customized talent management solutions and maximize recruitment strategy ROI.

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