Gwinnett’s budget and communications staff along with Commission Chaariman Charlotte Nash receive awards for the Bicentennial Celebration website and four other at the National Association of County Information Officers awards competition in Nashville on July 15. Courtesy Gwinnett County

Gwinnett’s bicentennial website named nation’s best

The website devoted to Gwinnett’s yearlong Bicentennial Celebration won Best of Show out of 249 entries in a National Association of County Information Officers awards competition. Four other awards for Gwinnett communications materials were also presented in Nashville on July 15.

The bicentennial website, www.gwinnett200.com, serves as a clearinghouse for themed events throughout 2018 and as a repository for Story Vault video interviews with Gwinnett residents. The site also features interactive sections on historic sites and the Bicentennial Torch Run.

A video entitled “Gwinnett County Overview” took top honors in its category and the 2018 Multicultural Festival graphics won Best in Class for Special Graphics. A photo of the Bicentennial Torch Run won a Meritorious Award In the photography category.

Gwinnett’s budget division joined with communications staff at Tuesday’s Board of Commissioners meeting to be recognized for the Budget in Brief publication that received a Meritorious Award.

NACIO is an affiliate of the National Association of Counties dedicated to improving the professional capabilities of its members since 1966.

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