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ASA Honors the Best of Member Firm Communications Programs With 2017 ASA Genius Awards


The American Staffing Association recognized member staffing firms with 2017 ASA Genius Awards for outstanding marketing, advertising, multimedia, and public relations campaigns. The winning entries will be featured in a cutting-edge, interactive display at Staffing World® 2017, the ASA annual convention and expo, Oct. 24–26 in Chicago.

Genius Award entries are judged on a numeric scale by a panel of communication experts. Each entry is assessed for its visual appeal, content and message, originality of approach, objectives achieved, and overall effectiveness. Achievements in individual categories were recognized with Grand Awards, Genius Awards, and honorable mention distinctions.

“The ASA Genius Awards program highlights the most innovative and effective communications and marketing programs in staffing for the year,” said Richard Wahlquist, ASA president and chief executive officer. “We hope that learning about the Genius Award winners will continue to inspire our members to explore creative alternatives when communicating with job seekers, businesses, and other targeted audiences.”
These companies were honored with Genius Grand Awards:

These firms received 2017 Genius Awards or honorable mentions in four award classes:

Firms With More Than $100 Million in Annual Sales

Firms With $25 Million-$100 Million in Annual Sales

Firms With $7.5 Million-$25 Million in Annual Sales

Firms With Less Than $7.5 Million in Annual Sales

To learn more about the ASA Genius Awards program, visit

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