Wins for AARP Livable and ‘Incomplete Streets’

Dangerously Incomplete Streets
Click the image to see the slideshow "Dangerously Incomplete Streets."
Stanton, Melissa

The AARP Livable Communities team is proud to announce that our recently relaunched website ( AARP.org/livable) and still-young monthly e-newsletter ( AARP.org/livable-newsletter) can now be described as “award-winning.”

In fact, our website and e-newsletter are multi-award-winning, as is our slideshow “ Dangerously Incomplete Streets,” which was published in May upon the release of the “2014 Dangerous by Design” report by the National Complete Streets Coalition.


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The MIN Editorial & Design Awards are presented by MIN (aka: the “media industry newsletter”), which is a notable association and awards program among magazine, online and publishing-industry professionals.


Other honorable mentions (aka: finalists) in those categories included The Huffington Post, Kiplinger's, People and Time magazines.)


The MarCom Awards

2014 MacCom Gold Winner

, which is run by the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals, is an international creative competition that recognizes outstanding achievement in marketing and communications (aka: MarCom).

 

Melissa Stanton is a project manager for AARP Livable Communities and the editor of AARP.org/livable.


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