The St. Charles Parish Hospital marketing department, Quinn Landry and Blaine Faucheux, have been recognized for their excellence in hospital marketing, public relations and graphic design.
The Louisiana Hospital Association (LHA) awarded the duo awards for best public relations campaign and best logo design. The marketing department was also recognized for their work on the St. Charles Parish Hospital Hurricane Preparedness Guide as well as their public relations/marketing efforts on the 20th anniversary peanut butter collection drive.
This is the second year in a row that St. Charles Parish Hospital’s marketing team has been recognized in four categories.
The award for best public relations campaign was earned for St. Charles Parish Hospital’s continuing partnership with the St. Charles Parish Public School System. This partnership sees two of the parish’s largest organizations working together to improve the quality of life in the community. Efforts include the annual pre-sports physicals for junior high athletes, drug free week, EMS services for sporting events, emergency services education and sponsorships for numerous school organizations and events.
The award for Best Logo Design was awarded for the St. Charles Parish Hospital marketing team’s design of the 20th anniversary peanut butter collection logo. The design was featured in all marketing materials for the peanut butter collection drive as well as the annual Krewe of Lul and Des Allemands Mardi Gras parades.
The Pelican Awards are given each year to honor exemplary efforts in hospital public relations and marketing among LHA members. The awards are handed out during the annual fall meeting of the Louisiana Society for Hospital Public Relations & Marketing, for work done the previous year.
|(Left) Director of Marketing Quinn Landry and (Right) Media & Communications Assistant Blaine Faucheux.|