RBFF websites win awards

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TakeMeFishing.org and its social community, Fishington, were named W³ Gold and Silver Award winners for website design and development by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, the Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation announced.

"By delivering practical information, fun and community in a dynamic, inviting context, TakeMeFishing.org is attracting more and more people to boating and fishing each year," said Frank Peterson, RBFF president and CEO, in a statement. "Innovative elements and design, now honored by IAVA, have been key to our website strategy from the start."

2010 W³ Awards for TakeMeFishing.Org:

  • Gold Award, Charitable Organizations/Non-Profit
  • Gold Award, General Interests/Variety
  • Silver Award, Homepage
  • Silver Award, Structure and Navigation
  • Silver Award, Visual Appeal
  • Silver Award, Lifestyle

2010 W³ Awards for Fishington:

  • Gold Award, Social/Networking
  • Silver Award, Community

The visual arts foundation's W³ Awards program honors outstanding websites, web advertising, Web video and mobile apps. This year's competition attracted more than 3,000 entries.

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