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Local digital marketing agency wins national award

From Newswire.com

Debby Girvan, founder and President of Flair Communication, earned her 4th Clarion Award. The Association for Women in Communications presented the honor at a virtual ceremony. The competition drew entries from 20 states and two countries.

The winning entry was for the educational play program website toddlintime.com in the category of BEST ONLINE MEDIA – Website – New – Original Design.

“I’m honored to receive this award again. It’s extra special this time because I designed the winning entry for a business owned and operated by my sister, a fellow entrepreneur,” remarked Debby Girvan. “Unfortunately, Toddlin’ Time had to halt operations during the pandemic. If it’s able to re-open, I’m ready to help my sister promote her passion for children and educational fun.”

Debby earned the top recognition in the same award category in previous years:

2016 – Marine Corps Aviation Association, flymcaa.org

2017 – Central Virginia Battlefields Trust, cvbt.org

2018 – Castiglia’s Italian Restaurant castigliasitalianrestaurant.com

About Debby Girvan and Flair Communication

Debby Girvan is the founder and President of Flair Communication, a digital marketing agency located in Fredericksburg.  Debby has worked in marketing, public relations, and community service roles for more than 30 years. She’s a graduate of Georgetown University and George Mason University.

Flair Communication serves more than 175 clients, including businesses, non-profit organizations and government agencies, worldwide.

About the Clarion Award (from womcom.org)

Highly sought after by both women and men, the Clarion Awards — named for the medieval trumpet known for its clarity — symbolize excellence in clear, concise communications. Clarion recipients represent media companies large and small, leading corporations, small businesses, and non-profit associations and institutions.

Started in 1972, the Clarions honor excellence in more than 100 categories across all communications disciplines, including advertising & marketing, audiovisual productions, books & CDs, brochures, custom & special publications, education, fund development, magazines, major news events, newsletters, newspapers, online media, photography, graphics & design communications, public relations, radio, and television.

 

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