CentraState honored for excellence in health care marketing and advertising


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CentraState Healthcare System was recently honored with five Aster Awards, recognizing excellence in health care marketing and advertising. The Aster Awards, one of the largest national competitions of its kind, received nearly 3,000 entries in 2018 from across the United States as well as several foreign countries. All entries were reviewed by a panel of industry experts and scored on multiple criteria including creativity, layout and design, functionality, message effectiveness, production quality and overall appeal.

CentraState’s entries competed against similar-sized organizations in their specific groups and categories. Awards were issued for entries that received top marks from judges placing them in the top 16 percent of the nation for advertising excellence. CentraState’s projects that earned an Aster Award included:

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·       NY Times Supplement – GOLD – Newspaper Advertising—Special Tabloid category

·       Cancer Survivors Day  – GOLD – Invitations category

·       Live Life Well for Women E-newsletter—SILVER—E- newsletter category

·       Community Benefit Report—BRONZE—Brochure Advertising category

·       “Glow” Maternity Billboard – BRONZE—Billboard Design category

“This national recognition is testament to the quality and effectiveness of the work our team delivers,” said Vince D’Elia, vice president, Marketing and Public/Government Relations, CentraState Healthcare System. “We’re proud to produce materials to inform the community of the patient successes and medical breakthroughs happening at CentraState.”

For more information about the awards and all of the services provided at CentraState, call 866-CENTRA7 or visit centrastate.com.


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