Digital excellence acknowledged with international award

Orange, CA — (August 15, 2019) – Southern California Contractors Association is excited to learn their website has been honored with a Gold dotCOMM Award for its SCCA website. In an international competition honoring excellence in web creativity and digital communication, SCCA’s marketing partner, Irvine-based Talent Evolution, was awarded the prize for work on the website.

Newly launched and now award-winning

As part of the Association’s mission of “providing labor relations, legislative advocacy, and membership services through union contractors and affiliates,” SCCA presented a newly launched website in June. The intent was to provide more resources, options, and insight for members, including event announcements, educational programs, informative blogs and industry insights.

At the launch, Vice President Denise Cooper said the newly-designed website will enhance the users experience and increase the outreach of the Association, stating that it allows SCCA to share stakeholder information with its members more effectively than we have been able to do in the past.

Now, in addition to being able to meet those goals and be informative and more accessible to visitors, judges have found the website to be worthy of recognizing with an international award.

About dotCOMM Awards

dotCOMM Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), one of the largest, oldest and most respected evaluators of creative work in the marketing and communication industry.

Since its inception in 1994, more than 200,000 entries by professionals from across the globe — corporate communication departments, public relations firms, digital shops, and advertising agencies —have competed for recognition. Winning a Gold dotCOMM Award, signifies the web and digital work by Talent Evolution for SCCA is among the best in the industry.

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