Press Release (ePRNews.com) - FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - Sep 26, 2017 - Debby Girvan, President of Flair Communication was awarded a 2017 Clarion by The Association for Women in Communications at their annual convention in Dallas, Texas.
Her design and development of a new website for Central Virginia Battlefields Trust, www.cvbt.org was the top entry in the category of “Online Media, New Website, Annual Budget of $15,000 or less.” This year’s competition drew entries from 19 states and two countries. This is her second Clarion Award. She was recognized in 2016 for her website design for the Marine Corps Aviation Association, www.flymcaa.org.
About Debby Girvan and Flair Communication
I’m honored to be working with an organization that preserves sacred battlefields where brave soldiers fought to protect the nation’s freedoms. Our agency looks forward to a continued, successful relationship with Central Virginia Battlefields Trust to help them fulfill their important mission.
Debby Girvan has worked in marketing, public relations and community leadership roles for more than 30 years. She’s a graduate of Georgetown University and George Mason University. Flair Communication serves more than 80 clients from small businesses and nonprofit agencies to government agencies, worldwide.
About the Clarion Award (from http://www.womcom.org)
Highly sought after by both women and men, the Clarions — 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 nonprofit 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. Source :
Association for Women in Communications