More Accounting Tomorrow Posts

Wanted: Stellar Rookies in Accounting Marketing

Print
Email
Reprints
November 24, 2008

Got a new marketing superstar in your firm you want to recognize? Are they the type to push up their sleeves and get down in the trenches? Have their achievements caused heads to turn? If so, he/she could be the next Association for Accounting Marketing's Annual Rookie of the Year.

Successful firms know strong marketing is a key to consistent growth – so why not acknowledge those up and coming leaders who are making a difference in your workplace? An open call for nominations is taking place now until Feb. 20, 2009. The winner will be presented with an award at AAM's Marketing Achievement Awards Gala during AAM Summit 2009 (their 20-year anniversary) on June 4, 2009 in Austin, Texas.

Created in 2005, the award is open to any marketing professional who has been in the accounting marketing field for less than two years and who is a member of AAM (though those who nominate don't have to be members). The candidate must demonstrate excellence within the accounting profession, within AAM and show creativity and initiative within their firm.

In other words, they need to have some flair.

Benjamin Plantan (right) of J.H. Cohn, stands with a tattooed Tarzan during the Association for Accounting Marketing Achievement Awards Gala, where he won the Rookie of the Year Award for 2008. The theme of the event? Wild on Marketing.

Benjamin Plantan of J.H Cohn in Roseland, N.J. was the recipient of the 2008 award; Lee Peretz of Grassi & Co. CPAs in Lake Success, N.Y. took it home in 2007; Eric Majchrzak of Freed Maxick & Battaglia, CPAs, PC from Buffalo, N.Y., was given the award in 2006 and the inaugural winner was Rene Stranghoner of Weaver and Tidwell LLP from Fort Worth, Texas.

To nominate someone within your firm go to: http://accountingmarketing.org/rookie_nomination.asp.

Comments (0)

Be the first to comment on this post using the section below.

Add Your Comments:
Not Registered?
You must be registered to post a comment. Click here to register.
Already registered? Log in here
Please note you must now log in with your email address and password.