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NABS adds 14 to Honour Roll

The Toronto-based National Advertising Benevolent Society added 14 people to its NABS Honour Roll for 2013. The program recognizes individuals and organizations who have supported the development of the organization nationally and regionally.

The 2013 individual inductees are: Sue Belisle of the Globe and Mail, Tyler Cameron of Brightroll, Lynne Clarke of Microsoft Advertising, Farnel Fleurant of Cossette, Michelle Labarre of Bell Media, Christina Laczka of PHD, Misha Lobo of Microsoft Advertising, Anita McGillis of Alberta Venture Publications, Joe Mulvihill of the Paul Mulvihill Foundation, Heather Purcell of Fuse Marketing Group, Alain Tardy of Marketel, Tom Shipman of the CBC, Jared Smith of Agency 59 and David Stanger of DSA Media.

Organizations joining the roll include Adviso of Montreal, Generation of Montreal, DentsuBos of Toronto, Key West Video of Toronto, Shepell.fgi of Toronto, Starshot of Toronto and Zulu Alpha Kilo of Toronto.

"The selection committee is pleased to announce that the inductees include individuals from Ontario, western Canada and Quebec, reflecting the true national scope of NABS and our regional chapters," said Jim Warrington, executive director of the society. "In 2013, NABS impacted over 1,300 individuals and families through this national network of over 2,000 counsellors. The individuals and organization being honoured tonight inspire the community, and make this industry stronger and more caring."

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