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Oct. 23—SELINSGROVE — “Operation Organ Donor,” a week-long marketing campaign by Susquehanna College’s Paul Dannelley Chapter of the Public Relations Scholar Society of America (PRSSA), was awarded first place in a nationwide marketing campaign competitors.
The award from the PRSSA acknowledges the chapter for its “glorious analysis, inventive ways and spectacular outcomes” of the four-day marketing campaign held in April on the SU campus.
The marketing campaign concerned each in-person and digital college students collaborating in video games and actions, together with an organ-donor themed trivia contest.
PRSSA college students registered 70 new organ donors because of the marketing campaign.
“Operation Organ Donor” additionally gained first place in Pennsylvania as a part of the College students Save Lives Present of Life School Problem. That is the second 12 months in a row that Susquehanna has positioned first within the state.
Alexis Martina, a senior and chapter president helped plan the occasion.
“It’s an unbelievable accomplishment and I’m so proud to have labored alongside everybody for this superb marketing campaign,” mentioned Martina.
“The College students Save Lives School Problem has been such an awesome alternative for our college students,” mentioned Linda Burkley, PRSSA school adviser. “Not solely are they in a position to present a beautiful service to our campus by elevating consciousness about an necessary difficulty, they’re additionally studying firsthand learn how to develop public relations ways and execute marketing campaign methods.”
PRSSA is a nationwide group that strives to boost training, broaden skilled networks and assist launch careers after commencement. The Susquehanna College Chapter of the PRSSA was based in 1992 and named in reminiscence of the primary school adviser.
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