Announcing the Bill Goldstein Legacy Award

It is with pride that I announce the Bill Goldstein Legacy Award recognizing CCAH staff members celebrating their 20th year anniversary at the company.

This award recognizes excellence in service and a commitment to outstanding loyalty to CCAH, our clients, and their missions. Twenty years symbolizes a remarkable achievement in one’s career and demonstrates fortitude, grit, and perseverance. 

This week marks what would have been  Bill Goldstein’s 24th year at CCAH.

Bill’s work over the years has had profound impact on some of the most critical issues facing our country and people around the globe. His accomplishments for animal rights, Democratic principles, and international children’s medical care is unmatched. And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention his dedication to the fight against Antisemitism and preservation of Jewish heritage.

Even though Bill lost a valiant battle against cancer this year, his contributions through his work and life leave a lasting legacy on society. It is only fitting that this award be named in his honor.

DMFA Package of the Year Award – Guide Dogs for the Blind

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A two-plus year relationship between CCAH and Guide Dogs for the Blind is now an award-winning partnership. On June 3, 2015, CCAH won the Direct Marketing Fundraisers Association (DMFA) Package of the Year Award with Guide Dogs for the Blind’s “Letter from a Guide Dog” campaign. The package won in the Acquisition category.

CCAH Co-Founder and Principal Greg Adams

Greg Adams Wins Inaugural DMAW EF Kay Lautman Mentorship Award

CCAH Co-Founder and Principal Greg AdamsOver his career, our co-founder and principal, Greg Adams, has acquired a vast amount of knowledge about the direct marketing industry. Better still, he never hesitates to pass it along. Last night, DMAW EF named Greg the inaugural recipient of the Educational Foundation Kay Lautman Mentorship Award for his work mentoring aspiring direct marketing professionals. 

CCAH President Kim Cubine

Kim Cubine Wins Bronze at Stevie Awards

CCAH President Kim CubineBy CCAH Staff | Our president, Kim Cubine, can add another accolade to her list of accomplishments. On Nov. 14, 2014 Kim was named a 2014 Bronze Stevie winner in the Woman of the Year – Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations category. The Stevie Awards program is considered one of the world’s premier business awards, placing Kim among an elite group of women executives and entrepreneurs.

Kim Cubine

3 Golds, 4 Silvers and 3 Bronzes

Kim Cubineby Kim Cubine, President | No, this tally is not a nation’s medal count from the 2014 Sochi Olympics or Paralympics. I am proud to say it’s the number of Pollies we took home this year! The 2014 Annual Pollie Awards & Conference was held last week in San Diego, Calif. This coveted award recognizes the outstanding bipartisan work performed by national and international political consultants during the 2013 political season.

Kim Cubine

CCAH and City of Hope Win Hubbies’ 2014 Courageous Client Award

Kim Cubineby Kim Cubine, President | It is with great pleasure that I share the news that CCAH’s “I Am a Cancer Survivor” campaign on behalf of City of Hope won the Hubbies 2014 Courageous Client Award. Daniel Kamas, CCAH Senior Strategist, accepted the award at the March 31st awards ceremony.