RBFF wins non-profit group honors

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The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation received multiple honors in the 2010 American Society of Association Executives' Gold Circle Award competition.

"In this year's competition, RBFF won Gold Circle Awards in four different categories and an honorable mention in another," said Gold Circle Award committee chairman and ASAE communication section council member Richard Belle, in a statement. "Never before in our competition's history have four awards and one honorable mention been won by a single organization in the same year. We applaud them for their outstanding communications program."

RBFF received Gold Circle awards for Innovative Communications, Issue Specific Website, Media Relations Campaign and Newsletter; and an honorable mention for Association Annual Report.

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