The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi recently earned three national awards in the Annual APEX Awards for Publication Excellence. APEX awards, now in its 27th year, are based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and overall communications excellence.
Phi Kappa Phi Forum, the Society’s flagship publication, garnered a Grand Award, the highest prize, in the Magazines, Journals & Tabloids category. The spring 2014 edition—“Faith”—received the award. Only 82 Grand Awards were given out of nearly 1,900 total submissions.
In addition to the Grand Award, the summer 2014 edition—“Honor”—won an Award of Excellence in the Magazine, Journals & Tabloids Writing category.
The Society’s 2013 Annual Report, produced by the Phi Kappa Phi Marketing Department, also received an Award of Excellence in the Annual Reports category. Titled “Opening Doors,” the report highlights the Society’s accomplishments of the 2013 calendar year through an exciting visual design that includes photos, member and award winner testimonials, donor recognition, chapter service highlights and more.
“We are honored to be recognized in the APEX competition for the seventh straight year,” said Phi Kappa Phi Chief Marketing Officer Traci Navarre. “These awards, decided by experts in the communications field, celebrate our continued efforts to provide publications that both inform and engage the Society’s members.”
The APEX competition annually recognizes outstanding publications from newsletters and magazines to annual reports, brochures and websites. Learn more at www.apexawards.com.