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PASS is an award winning design and marketing firm. For example, our Parent/Teacher Construction Liaison Program has been used successfully by school districts throughout New York State. It was developed to minimize the disruptive effects of construction on the educational process. This program won the coveted Big W 2000 Gold Award for public relations campaigns.

Our design skills also attract attention. For instance, the web site we developed for JMOA Engineering won the prestigious 1999 20th Century Award from the Advertising Club of Westchester (ACW).

2004 was a banner year for corporate design including: a Gold Award for Interactive Media for Capital Projects Consulting, LLC, Silver Award for Sales and Media Kit for Construction Associates, Inc., and Silver Award for Stationary and Brochure Design for Capital Projects Consulting. Our Budget Book for the Rye Neck, NY School District took the Gold ACW Award. PASS was again awarded the 2005 Gold Award for Interactive Media, this time for the Capital Projects Software, LLC web site and animation "You are in charge!"

2006 brought an award again for Interactive Media for the web design of Ranoosh-Fine Artist.

In 2007, PASS won a National School Public Relations Association Award for: “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” School Calendar Client: Tuckahoe Union Free Schools

A Bronze Big W Award was acquired in 2008 for: “Quality & Service on the Rise” Corporate Brochure Client: Blooming Grove Stair Company

Another National School Public Relations Association award was received in 2008 for: “Hard Hats Required” School Calendar Client: Tuckahoe Union Free Schools

In 2009, a Silver Big W Award was received for an interactive website gallery “Art in Slices” for client: Alexandra Mariani – Artist

2010 brought a Silver Big W Award for pro bono invitations, response cards and envelopes for: Amsterdam Continuing Care Health Systems

2011 Congratulations to ConAD for their award winning Ad series for Absolute Green Homes!  Thanks for using PASS for your graphics.

 ConAD entry






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