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Peter Kageyama to Headline 2020 Annual Conference

We are excited to announce that author Peter Kageyama will deliver the keynote address at the annual conference in Greenville and offer his groundbreaking workshop. Peter's books explore what makes cities lovable and what motivates ordinary citizens to do extraordinary things for their places. Registration is open!

Prepare Your Acceptance Speech

The entry period for the NC3C Excellence in Communication Awards begins on January 6 and closes at midnight on Monday, February 10. Submit your work via the NC3C Awards entry portal once the entry period is open. The fee to enter is $35 per entry during the early bird period. The fee goes up to $55 during the late entry period (the last week of the entry timeframe).

Some new awards this year include Audio (like a podcast or radio spot), Digital Resource (an app or digital tool), and Best Use of Humor. Check out the Excellence in Communications Awards page for awards descriptions and rules.

About NC3C

The North Carolina City & County Communicators is dedicated to the professional development and networking of local governmental communications professionals. The organization was formed in 2007 by a group of 27 professional communicators who became the NC3C founders. NC3C is now over 160 members strong. Join us today!