Marketing On Demand LLC Wins Two School PR Awards

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Marketing On Demand, a school communications firm based in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin (modforschools.com), was recognized by a Wisconsin school public relations association (WSPRA) for work done on behalf of two school districts.

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“Our mission is to help school districts create better two-way communication with their communities." -- Kate Winckler

Marketing On Demand, a school communications firm based in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, has won two awards from a school public relations association (WSPRA) for work done on behalf of two school districts.

The firm received an Award of Excellence for the redesign and writing of Whitnall School District’s quarterly community newsletter, The Viewpoint. The entry received a perfect score for effectively communicating the district’s strategic messages to district residents in an easy-to-read, economical format.

Marketing On Demand also received an Award of Excellence for the Oconomowoc Area School District’s community email newsletter. Published quarterly, the email newsletter creatively and economically keeps community members, parents and students up to date with happenings in the Oconomowoc School District.

“Our mission is to help school districts create better two-way communication with their communities,” said Kate Winckler, managing partner. “We are pleased to be able to help open up conversations between schools and the communities they are such an integral part of.”

About Marketing On Demand LLC
Founded in 2005, Marketing On Demand, LLC (http://www.modforschools.com) specializes in helping schools communicate better. Good communication builds community partnerships, increases support for public schools, and creates conversations that become the foundation of positive PR for schools. Projects include school communication plans, strategic school communication planning, school newsletters. Subscribe to our free email newsletter with helpful school PR tips at http://www.modforschools.com or follow our updates and ideas on school PR on Twitter @KateWinckler.

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