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July 12, 2007 | General

Edmonton – Edmonton Airports is pleased to accept honours in the Airports Council International — North America (ACI-NA) 2003 Excellence in Marketing and Communications Contest. Edmonton Airports won second place amongst all North American airport entries in the Creative Innovations-Promotions category for the 2002 Christmas card and an honorable mention in the Brochures category for the ETeam — 10 Commitments to the Customer brochure.

The brochure, Our 10 Commitments to the Customer, was commissioned as an internal communications piece for ETeam – the partnership of the 3500 employees and 65 companies at Edmonton International Airport. The brochure and its 10 commitments is the foundation upon which ETeam builds its programs and initiatives, as well as the basis for ETeam’s front line customer service training program. Through ETeam’s unique partnership, its commitment to customers is leading the way to world class customer service and airport experiences.

Scott Clements, Edmonton Airports President and CEO states, “Edmonton Airports is a not-for-profit authority charged with managing our region’s aviation assets on behalf of the Capital Region. As such, we recognize our accountability to our community, and have always understood a strong communications program to be critical to our responsibilities.”

Airports Council International — North America draws experts from the aviation industry, public relations, marketing, advertising, journalism, design, photography and special events to compose the judging panel. Award categories cover a wide range of media including brochures, advertising, marketing and public relations campaigns, newsletters, special events, video and film productions, and aviation education and tour programs.

This is the second consecutive year that Edmonton Airports is honoured by ACI-NA in this widely recognized North American competition. In 2002, Edmonton Airports was recognized with two first place awards in the Annual Report and Black and White Newsletter categories.

Airports Council International – North America represents local, regional and state governing bodies that own and operate commercial airports in the United States and Canada. Over 300 aviation-related businesses are also members of the association, which is the largest of the six worldwide regions of Airports Council International.

2003 Winners

Aéroports de Montréal
Peggy G. Hereford Award
1st Place Brochures
1st Place Corporate Branding Campaigns
1st Place Flight Guides
1st Place Marketing Campaigns
Honourable Mention Web sites
Baltimore/Washington International Airport
1st Place Photography
1st Place Public Relations Campaigns
1st Place Television Advertising
2nd Place Marketing Campaigns
3rd Place Print Advertising (Color)
Miami International Airport
1st Place Special Events
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
1st Place Annual Reports
Bradley International Airport
3rd Place Radio Advertising
3rd Place Television Advertising
Mineta San José International Airport
1st Place Newsletters (Black & White/Email)
1st Place Web sites
3rd Place Print Advertising (Black & White)
The Chicago Airport System
3rd Place Brochures Oakland International Airport
2nd Place Brochures
2nd Place Radio Advertising
3rd Place Public Relations Campaigns
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
3rd Place Annual Reports
3rd Place Creative Innovations – Technology
Ottawa International Airport Authority
2nd Place Newsletters (Black & White/Email)
Colorado Springs Airport
1st Place Media Guides
1st Place Print Advertising (Black & White)
2nd Place Television Advertising
Philadelphia International Airport
3rd Place Newsletters (Color)
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
2nd Place Newsletters (Internal)
2nd Place Web sites
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
2nd Place Print Advertising (Color)
3rd Place Flight Guides
3rd Place Video and Film Productions
3rd Place (tie) Press Kits
Honorable Mention Aviation Education & Tour Programs
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
1st Place Radio Advertising
3rd Place Corporate Branding Campaigns
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Honorable Mention Corporate Branding Campaigns
Dayton International Airport
Honorable Mention Web sites Port of Portland
1st Place Newsletters (Color)
Edmonton Airports
2nd Place Creative Innovations — Promotional Items
Honorable Mention Brochures
Port of Seattle
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

3rd Place Newsletters (Internal)
El Paso International Airport
1st Place Press Kits
3rd Place Special Events
Reno/Tahoe International Airport
2nd Place Special Events
Fort Wayne International Airport
2nd Place Print Advertising (Black & White)
Salt Lake City Department of Airports
1st Place Print Advertising (Color)
Vancouver International Airport Authority
1st Place Creative Innovations-Technology
2nd Place Media Guides
3rd Place Creative Innovations-Promotional Items
3rd Place Marketing Campaigns San Diego International Airport
1st Place Creative Innovations-Promotional Items
1st Place Newsletters (Internal)
2nd Place Aviation Education & Tour Programs
2nd Place Corporate Branding Campaigns
Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport
2nd Place Video and Film Productions
3rd Place Web sites
Honorable Mention Public Relations Campaigns
Savannah Airport Commission
Honorable Mention Creative Innovations-Promotional Items
Huntsville International Airport
2nd Place Press Kits Southwest Florida International Airport
2nd Place Photography
3rd Place (tie) Press Kits
Kansas City International Airport
2nd Place Creative Innovations-Technology
Honorable Mention Annual Reports
Tulsa Airport Authority
1st Place Aviation Education & Tour Programs
Los Angeles World Airports
1st Place Video and Film Productions Gerald R. Ford International Airport
Honorable Mention Video and Film Productions
Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority
2nd Place Flight Guides
2nd Place Newsletters (Color)
2nd Place Public Relations Campaigns
Will Rogers World Airport
Oklahoma City Department of Airports
2nd Place Annual Reports