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SPRYTE Communications Completes Judging of “CUPPIE Awards”

by | Mar 9, 2018

SPRYTE Communications recently completed a volunteer judging assignment to help select winners of the 2018 College & University Public Relations and Associated Professionals (CUPRAP) “CUPPIE Awards.” The awards will be presented March 15, 2018, at the Marriott Penn Square in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

The SPRYTE team carefully reviewed nearly 100 brochures and postcards designed by colleges and universities and other agencies that partner with them. The pieces were created to promote enrollment, awards and recognitions, or special university programs.

The print pieces (viewed online) were judged for their overall appeal, including their use of space, organization, clarity of message and graphic design.
SPRYTE Communications specializes in healthcare and industries touched by healthcare. CUPRAP is a voluntary organization of communications professionals from colleges, universities and independent schools dedicated to advancing the understanding of higher education and enhancing the professional development of its members.

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