CPAN earns two awards of excellence from the Central Michigan Public Relations Society of America (CMPRSA)
The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) earned multiple honors from the Central Michigan Public Relations Society of America (CMPRSA) for public relations excellence at the 2019 PACE awards, held on April 18th.
In the “Organizational Relations” campaign category, CPAN earned an award of excellence for its coalition management and member re-energizing campaign, which engaged CPAN’s passionate group of supporters in various campaigns and legislative advocacy efforts. In the “Research” tactics category, CPAN was honored with another award of excellence for its statewide poll of 800 likely Michigan voters conducted in 2018, which showed that Michigan residents strongly support lowering premiums and protecting essential benefits by increasing consumer protections and holding insurance companies accountable.
“We’re incredibly proud of the work CPAN and its supporters have done to advocate for rate reduction and fair insurance industry regulation while protecting benefits for victims of catastrophic automobile accidents,” said Martha Levandowski, administrative director of CPAN. “These awards speak to the commitment of our team and the efforts we have made to base our work on research into voter perceptions and to engage our member organizations. We look forward to continuing to advocate for Michigan drivers and families.”