Young & Associates Recognized by Two Prestigious Marketing and Public Relations Industry Associations

McLean, Va. (November 19, 2008) – Young & Associates is pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year the technology public relations agency has received two 2008 MarCom Awards from the Association of Marketing and Communications Professionals. Additionally, Young & Associates was awarded Overall Honors in recognition for their achievement in this year’s League of American Communications Professionals (LACP) Spotlight Competition.
“Our success in these two competitions highlights Young & Associates’ commitment to executing strong thought leadership programs for clients representing an array of technology industries,” said Jennifer MacLeid Qotb, principal, Young & Associates. “These achievements recognize our ability to raise our client’s visibility through new and traditional media.”
Awards received include:

•MarCom Platinum Award – “Promotion of Viral Marketing Campaign” on behalf of client Maximizer

•MarCom Gold Award – “Podcast Placement at Business Finance Magazine” on behalf of client Pace Harmon

•LACP Overall Honors – “Online Content Management is Key in Local Search” byline article for DMNews on behalf of client Localeze

In addition to Young & Associates’ awards and thought leadership programs, the agency also offers a-la-carte services including media and analyst promotion, speakers programs, marketing material development, such as newsletters and case studies, among others. For a full array of services, please visit

About Young & Associates
As trusted advisors to high-growth technology companies for the past 26 years, Young & Associates is the premier strategic public relations agency for companies seeking clear market visibility, elevated industry reputation and bottom-line results. Founded by Jean Young in 1982, Young & Associates is a boutique public relations firm headquartered in Washington, D.C. that helps technology companies market and promote their products, people and services. For more information please visit

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