Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 12, 2011
Keystone Resources received an Award of Excellence and Best of Division III award for their Trudy D. Thomas direct mail piece; and an Award of Excellence for the BG Staffing Pocket Folder entry at the annual Bronze Quill competition awards ceremony held in May at the Junior League of Houston.
Selected from more than 80 other entries, the pieces were judged and selected based on the following criteria: communication management, communication skills and communication creative. As a first time recipient of a Bronze Quill Award, president and owner of Keystone Resources’ Julie Irvin said, “We always strive to create unique and avant-garde pieces, which accurately describe both winning pieces. We are truly honored that the judges recognized the effectiveness and creativity of each.”
Nancy Trowbridge, IABC/Houston president said, “The winning entries demonstrated strong strategic approaches and measurable results. IABC is proud to celebrate their outstanding efforts as Houston’s top leaders in communications excellence.”
About Keystone Resources:
Keystone Resources is an award-winning, full service marketing and design agency that specializes in branding, corporate identity systems, brochures, direct mail, and presentation and proposal development. Within the last nine years, Keystone Resources’ portfolio has expanded to include The Hunt Companies, the United States Air Force, United States Army, Port Authority of San Antonio, Women’s Business Enterprise Alliance, BG Personnel and our hometown Houston Astros.
Julie Marie Irvin, President and Founder, is chair of the Houston Apartment Association On-Line Advisory Committee, serves on the American Intercontinental University Advisory Board, Houston Apartment Association Product Service Council and is a voting member of the Texas Apartment Association Technology Task Force and the InfoComm Presentations Council. For more information, please visit http://www.keystone-resources.com
With 335 members, IABC/Houston is part of a global network of 16,000 communications professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communications. IABC/Houston offers professional development meetings and workshops, member newsletters, networking opportunities, awards programs and sponsors an active student chapter at the University of Houston. For more information on IABC/Houston, visit http://www.iabchouston.com.