CPAN earns awards for excellence from Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE)
Lansing – The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) earned multiple honors as the Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE) saluted the innovation of program winners at its 17th annual Diamond Awards event Sept. 20th in Novi.
In the “Public Relations Campaign” category, CPAN received a Diamond Award for its campaign “Non-driving Rating Factors: Game Changer in No-Fault Battle” (Less than $1 million budget category). In the “Social Media Campaign” category, CPAN earned a Diamond Award for its campaign “Michigan Drivers Save with Shop Your Policy” (less than $1 million budget).
“We’re enormously proud of the work CPAN has done over the past year to protect benefits for victims of catastrophic automobile accidents while helping consumers secure lower auto insurance premiums,” said Martha Levandowski, administrative director of CPAN. “These awards are a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team, which is so passionate about what we do. We look forward to continuing to advocate for Michigan drivers and families.”
CPAN is a broad coalition of health care providers, patient advocates and accident survivors who are committed to preserving Michigan’s model auto no-fault insurance system. For more information, please visit www.ProtectNoFault.org.
MSAE, based in East Lansing, is a professional organization of more than 1,600 members that works to advance knowledge in the association industry. More than 300 association professionals gathered Sept. 20th at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi to recognize leaders and program excellence.