AMA Lincoln Wins Accolades in National Competition

Lincoln, NE [October 5, 2009] - - The AMA Lincoln chapter announced today that it has received an Excellence Award from the organization’s international headquarters. The AMA’s annual Chapter Excellence Awards (CEA) program highlights exceptional performance among the organization’s 75 professional chapters across the U.S. and Canada. Of these 75 chapters, the Lincoln chapter was recognized for Membership Excellence, Programming Excellence and the Continuing Excellence awards for its best-in-class performance in these areas.

“As an Excellence winner, we feel great responsibility, not only to our own members, but to the marketing community as a whole in Lincoln, NE, commented Lincoln AMA’s 2008-09 Chapter President, Meagan Liesveld. It is our job to provide excellent programming and networking opportunities for our members and guests to elevate the prestige and credibility of the marketing profession in our area.

"With over 22 dedicated board members, and 55 of volunteers, we have been able to accomplish some incredible things together,” commented Katherine Brockman, 2009-10 Chapter President for the AMA Lincoln chapter. It is very fulfilling to be a part of such a well established and well respected marketing organization like the AMA. I'm thrilled that we have been recognized with this honor, and I know that our volunteers will continue to drive towards future excellence."

About the Lincoln AMA Chapter:
With over 140 members, the local organization provides a forum for professional development, education and peer-to-peer collaboration through monthly programming, special interest groups and workshops. For more information please visit www.lincolnama.com.

About the American Marketing Association:
The American Marketing Association, one of the largest professional associations for marketers, has more than 30,000 members worldwide in every area of marketing. For over six decades, the AMA has been the leading source for information, knowledge sharing and development in the marketing profession. For more information, visit the AMA’s website at www.marketingpower.com.

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