Chirello judges community relations contest

4-26_MILEchirelloSteve Chirello, owner of Chirello Advertising in Fulton, served as a judge for the 2014 State University of New York Council for University Advancement Award of Excellence category of Community Relations programs.

This is the fifth time Chirello has served as a judge for this competition.

“The SUNYCUAD Awards for Excellence Program rewards the very best efforts of our talented and creative professionals,” said Dan Doyle, director of annual giving for SUNY Albany and SUNY Council for University Advancement awards program chair.

“Awards for Excellence are bestowed annually at the educational conference. Juries with professional experience in institutional advancement determine the winners,” he said.

This year’s conference is June 4-6 in Lake Placid. Chirello was formerly director of Community Relations for Syracuse University. Joining Chirello in judging this category was Joe Della Posta, director of communications and public affairs for Le Moyne College.

All full-time professionals working in university advancement at the 64 SUNY campuses as well as at SUNY System Administration are SUNYCUAD members.

Chirello Advertising celebrates its 18th anniversary this year and offers full service advertising, public relations, and marketing expertise to a variety of industrial, professional, institutional and retail clients throughout Central New York.

The agency, working with in-house staff and outside associates, specializes in public relations planning, graphic design, web design and streaming web video, video production, market research, radio, television and print advertising.

Chirello can be contacted at 592-9778, steve@chirello.com and www.chirello.com.

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