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Submit AdWheel Entries by June 3

“The Spotlight Could Be Yours” at the 2011 AdWheel Awards competition. APTA is accepting nominations through June 3 for the annual award program, which acknowledges the creative excellence of member public transportation systems and business members in advertising, communications, and marketing.

APTA member transit systems and business members compete in five categories—print, electronic, campaign, special event, and social media—to determine the best of the best in public transit marketing and communications. Transit agencies are judged in categories based on the number of rides they provide each year.

Two new niche categories are joining the competition this year to recognize entries that showcase creative and innovative marketing and communication approaches in the categories of: Marketing and Communicating to Older Adult Riders and Crisis or Issue Communications.

The AdWheel Grand Awards, selected from among first-place awards in each category, will be presented during the 2011 APTA Annual Meeting & EXPO in New Orleans.

To submit entries, click here. More information is available from Laticia King.

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