2005 Awards

2005 National and International Awards
2005 First Place, PR News Nonprofit PR Awards, Web Site Category
  • For Fort-To-Sea Trail (www.forttosea.org) in partnership with David Evans and Associates and the Lewis and Clark National Historic Park
2005 IABC International Gold Quill Award of Excellence, Issues Management Category
  • 2005 IABC International Gold Quill Award of Excellence, Issues Management Category, managing communications opposing Oregon Ballot Measure 38, the initiative proposing to dismantle Oregon's publicly owned industrial accident insurance fund.
2005 Oregon Awards
All awards are from the Public Relations Society of America/Portland Metro Chapter (PRSA) and Oregon Chapter/International Association of Business Communicators (IABC/Oregon Chapter):
PRSA Award of Excellence, pro bono category
  • 2005 PRSA Award of Excellence, pro bono category, Taylor Graham and the Florence Food Share, “Little Boy; Big Heart – Feeding the Hungry in Small Town Oregon.”
PRSA Award of Excellence, public affairs/associations category
  • 2005 PRSA Award of Excellence, public affairs/associations category, Committee for SAIF-Keeping, campaign to oppose 2004 State Ballot Measure 38: “Keeping SAIF Safe – Defeating Measure 38.”
PRSA Award of Excellence, crisis communications category
  • 2005 PRSA Award of Excellence, crisis communications category, Tillamook County Creamery Association, Tillamook Cheese rBST campaign to phase out the use of growth hormones. (Entered in partnership with FourStories.)  
PRSA Award of Excellence, community involvement category
  • 2005 PRSA Award of Excellence, community involvement category, Tillamook County Creamery Association, Tillamook Cheese helps clean up Santiago Park in Santa Ana, Ca. Based in Portland, CFM specializes in public affairs, strategic communications and research. Adding this year’s Spotlight wins, the firm has won more than 80 national and local awards since it was founded 15 years ago.
OCIABC Bronze Beacon Award, communications programs and promotional campaigns category
  • 2005 OCIABC Bronze Beacon Award, communications programs and promotional campaigns category, managing communications opposing Oregon Ballot Measure 38, the initiative proposing to dismantle Oregon's publicly owned industrial accident insurance fund.