Greater Lexington Chamber receives Communications Excellence Award

April 30, 2018 | Posted By: Connor Watkins

Greater Lexington Chamber receives Communications Excellence Award

LEXINGTON, SC – The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center received a 2018 Communications Excellence Award in Advertising & Marketing from the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (CACCE) at its Staff Leadership Development Conference in Hilton Head Island, SC.

The award was given in recognition of the Greater Lexington Chamber’s advertising and marketing efforts for the 2017 Lexington Craft Beerfest that brought more than 1,400 attendees to the town’s Icehouse Amphitheater.

Communications were recognized in the following four categories:

  • Advertising & Marketing
  • Campaigns
  • Electronic
  • Publications

One award was presented to the highest scoring chamber in each of the four categories based on the following chamber sizes:

  • Under 700 members, or
  • Over 700 members

Entries were judged based on originality, design, quality and results achieved. The entries reflected communication efforts taken or completed during the past 18 months.

The following chambers of commerce were recognized as 2018 CACCE Communication Excellence Award Winners:

Advertising & Marketing Category
Under 700 Members
Brunswick County Chamber –

Over 700 Members
Greater Lexington Chamber – 2017 Lexington Craft Beerfest

Campaign Category
Under 700 Members
Anson County Chamber – Chamber Re-Branding Campaign

Over 700 Members
Wilmington Chamber – Your Advocate Branding Campaign

Electronic Category
Under 700 Members
Clayton Chamber – The Clayton Connection App

Over 700 Members
Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber – The Jena and Kevin Show: Totality Awesome

Publication Category
Under 700 Members
Greater Statesville Chamber – CONNECT Magazine

Over 700 Members
North Myrtle Beach Chamber – Visitors Guide

CACCE is the professional development organization dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for chamber of commerce executives and staff members in North Carolina and South Carolina. CACCE equips chamber of commerce professionals with leadership skills and tools to build innovative chambers. The organization was formed in 1994 when the North and South Carolina state chamber associations merged.For more information on CACCE, or any of CACCE’s conferences or programs, contact Tiffany Fulmer Ott at 404.312.0524.


About the Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center

The Greater Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center promotes business prosperity and a thriving community by providing services, advocacy and education for its members. A nonprofit, 501 (c) 6 organization, the GLC&VC represents nearly 900 businesses and more than 30,000 employees. To learn more about the Chamber and the Greater Lexington area, visit