Association for Accounting Marketing announces annual awards

By Gail Perry, editor-in-chief
 
Attendance at the Oscar awards ceremony might be out of reach for most accounting professionals (unless you're on the ballot team at PwC), but that didn't stop the members of the Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM) from putting on the Ritz at the Chicago Fairmont Hotel where they celebrated Thursday night with their Gala awards ceremony.
 
The annual dinner event was followed by the Marketing Achievement Awards ceremony. Committee Co-Chair Sally Glick emceed the ceremony. The following awards were announced:
 
At the conclusion of the ceremony, a new member was inducted in to the AAM Hall of Fame for : dedication to and promotion of the accounting marketing profession. This inductee was described to be "like a bridge between the accounting world and the marketing world. A superior writer and talented editor," editor of the CCH CPA Practice Management Forum, Marsha Leest.
 
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