AUBURN – Auburn University has announced The Samford Hall Collection, a selection of one-of-a-kind Auburn merchandise and memorabilia created for the Auburn Family by the Auburn Family.
The Samford Hall Collection includes products that are created by artists with ties to the university. The initial merchandise in this collection includes an exclusive line of handblown glass from Orbix Hot Glass of Fort Payne, Ala., owned and operated by Auburn alumni Cal and Christy Breed.
“It is an honor to have the opportunity to collaborate with Auburn University on its Samford Hall Collection. Having been shaped so much as a person and as an artist while I was a student at Auburn, it is a pleasure to design a line of glassware to represent the spirit of the university,” said Cal Breed.
AUBURN – The Office of Professional and Continuing Education at Auburn University will host a workshop titled “Marketing Your Nonprofit, ” on Thursday, April 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Opelika-Auburn News, 2901 Society Hill Rd. in Opelika.
The one-day session, presented by Laura McCullars, president of LMC Consulting, will offer marketing techniques for working effectively with customers, donors, members, volunteers and media.
AUBURN – Auburn University received seven awards for its communications, marketing and alumni programs at the 2009 southeastern regional meeting of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Higher Education, or CASE, held Feb. 11 in Atlanta.
The Office of Communications and Marketing won a Grand Award, the highest honor, in the crisis management plans category for its Message Dissemination in a Crisis entry, an outline of Auburn’s new emergency communications plan and publications created in cooperation with the Office of Risk Safety and Management and the Department of Public Safety.
AUBURN – Auburn University received seven awards for its communications and marketing programs last week at the 2008 southeastern regional meeting in Atlanta of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Higher Education, or CASE.
The Office of Communications and Marketing won Awards of Excellence in the paid advertisements category for “We’re Not Just Another Pretty Face”; slide and multimedia programs category for “Spotlight on Fairfield” with the College of Architecture, Design and Construction’s Urban Studio; and improvement in design category for an equine brochure with the Office of Development and the College of Veterinary Medicine.