Francisco's Stop AIDS Project has won three MarCom
Creative Awards for its "Shining a Light on
HIV" campaign that includes a series of videos
on HIV prevention issues, reports the Bay Area
Reporter. The international awards honor achievements in
marketing and communications.
"Shining a Light on HIV" campaign debuted last
June, where it was projected onto the side of a
building in the predominantly gay Castro district of
the city to coincide with gay pride celebrations. Several of
the campaign's videos will be played in gay bars and
clubs throughout San Francisco in February.
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