2016 IBWSS Media Campaign Contest Winners

The 2016 International Boating and Water Safety Summit (IBWSS), held in San Diego, CA, closed its final day of sessions with the announcement of this year’s Media Campaign Contest winners. In total, over 30 submissions were reviewed by the judging panel.

The 2016 IBWSS Media Campaign Contest was hosted by the National Safe Boating Council (NSBC), National Water Safety Congress (NWSC), and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrations (NASBLA) to showcase the outreach efforts of organizations, agencies, and groups in the realm of boating and water safety.

Read the full press release here.

Category: Giveaway/Handouts

1st Place: Marine Sports Foundation

 

2nd Place: USACE National Operations Center for Water Safety

3rd Place: Marine Sports Foundation

Honorable Mention: The LV Project

Category: Booklets and Brochures

1st Place: ACA | Canoe - Kayak - SUP - Raft - Rescue

 

2nd Place: Marine Sports Foundation

3rd Place: USACE National Operations Center for Water Safety

Category: Posters and Signs

1st Place: Marine Sports Foundation

2nd Place: Marine Sports Foundation

3rd Place: BoatU.S. Foundation

 

Category: Education

1st Place: USACE National Operations Center for Water Safety

2nd Place: Sea Tow Foundation

3rd Place: California State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways

 

Category: Electronic Education

1st Place: Corps of Engineers Natural Resources and Education Foundation (available on the iTunes and Google Play stores)

2nd Place: Alaska Office of Boating Safety

3rd Place: Marine Sports Foundation

Category: Audio PSAs

1st Place: Corps of Engineers Natural Resources and Education Foundation

Fisherman, Friends, Grandpa

2nd Place: Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife

Series of Radio PSAs from KDFWR

Category: Video PSAs

1st Place: Corps of Engineers Natural Resources and Education Foundation

2nd Place: Canadian Safe Boating Council

3rd Place: ACA | Canoe - Kayak - SUP - Raft - Rescue

Honorable Mention: California State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways