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HARC campaign wins regional award

By |2018-01-16T14:16:18-05:00May 4th, 2006|News|

ANN ARBOR – The HIV/AIDS Resource Center has won a regional award for their campaign, produced in conjunction with Uproar Communications Ltd., to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS in Washtenaw County’s African-American community.
The award, a Gold ADDY, was presented in a regional competition in the category of Public Service Campaign/Mixed Multi Media Campaign. The ADDY is the world’s largest advertising competition and is held annually among the advertising industry.
As part of its multi-media campaign, HARC is selling dog tags to both increase awareness and raise funds to help continue the campaign. The tags are printed with the AIDS ribbon and a decorative scrollwork design.
For more information about HARC – which will celebrate its twentieth anniversary on May 3 – to make a donation, or to order the tags, call 1-866-448-8378 visit

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