Cloverdale Reporter ad team up for newspaper award

The Feb. 27, 2014 edition of the Cloverdale Reporter. -
The Feb. 27, 2014 edition of the Cloverdale Reporter.
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The Cloverdale Reporter's creative team has been nominated for a Ma Murray community newspaper award for best collaborative ad design.

Designer Marla Poirier and ad representative Cynthia Dunsmore are finalists in the category of Ad Design Award – collaborative, circulation 25,000 and under – for an ad they created for a local merchant.

The province-wide Ma Murray competition recognizes the best in production, publishing, reporting, editing, advertising, photography, website design and community contribution.

The same pair won a bronze medal in the same category at the 2013 awards, presented by the B.C. and Yukon Community Newspaper Association. It was our first Ma Murray Award.

The 2014 awards will be presented April 26.

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