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August 27, 2002

by Ashley Harper

Valdosta - A South Georgia hospital receives national recognition in advertising. South Georgia Medical Center in Valdosta has been awarded two Silver Telly Awards for excellence in television commercials.

Two Pearlman Cancer Center ads from the hospital were entered and both won. This is the third time the hospital has received the national honor.

"Its kind of a pat on the back and shows that we are a prestigious institution who produces national level commercials," said Dana Massingill, SGMC Marketing Director.

Nearly 12,000 commercials were nominated in the competition, with only seven percent receiving a Telly.

posted at 3:00pm by Ashley Harper

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