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Vietnam company claims major prizes from US communications awards

Thursday, January 01, 2015, 10:24 GMT+7

A Vietnamese company has become the first in the country to bring home three major prizes from a U.S. communications materials award.

Vietnamplus – an affiliate of the Vietnam News Agency – reported Wednesday that Ho Chi Minh City-based Aquarius Vietnam, which provides corporate publications and custom media solutions, had collected three major prizes at the 2014 Spotlight Awards Global Communications Competition.

The company won the Overall category, ranked first in the top 100 Communications Materials of 2014 category, and was named the winner of the Best Debut category, all thanks to its design of the Innovation for Sustainability Annual Report for PetroVietnam Drilling and Well Services Corporation.

The Spotlight Awards Global Communications Competition is held annually by the League of American Communications Professionals LLC (LACP).

LACP was established in 2001 in a move to create a forum within the public relations industry while also recognizing those who demonstrate exemplary communications capabilities, according to its website.

This year’s Spotlight Awards competition drew more than 800 entries, one of the largest number of submissions ever, which represent a broad range of industries and organizational sizes, the website says.

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