PMMA wins service industry ad award
WICHITA, Kan. – PMMA (Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America®) was recently named a Gold Award Winner in the SIA Awards (Service Industry Advertising Awards) with its 2022 Art is Ageless® calendar.
In addition, PMMA’s Media Room and COVID-19 response materials were named a merit award winner in the competition.
Art is Ageless is a trademarked program ofPresbyterian Manors of Mid-America, a faith-based not-for-profit organization with 15 retirement communities Kansas and Missouri, two hospice locations and anew community under construction in Colorado Springs. Each community holds a juried art competition exclusively for people age 65 and older. Winning art is entered in a masterpiece level competition. Periodic programs and classes are held throughout the year to encourage seniors to express their creativity.
The 2022 Art is Ageless®Calendar features artwork selected from the masterpiece level of PMMA’s Art isAgeless competition. The website is at ArtIsAgeless.org.
More than 1,200 entries were received for this year’s SIA Awards competition. A national panel of judges evaluated and rated entries in eight groups and 45categories.
SIA Awards recognizes the creativity and communication accomplishments of the service industry, recognizing the best service industry advertisement, print communications, websites, TV Radio and electronic communications, and social media.
PMMA began in Newton, Kan., in 1949 and now has 16 senior living communities and two hospices in Kansas and Missouri, and a new campus under development in Colorado Springs. It offers independent and assisted living, long-term care, memory care, short-term rehabilitation, respite care and adult day services. Learn more about the nonprofit organization at PMMA.org.