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Comox Valley Airport honoured for brand

The Comox Valley Airport has been named one of the world’s most effective rebrands in the eighth annual Rebrand 100 Global awards.
This award is the highest recognition for excellence in brand repositioning, and is the first and most-respected global program of its kind.
Each year, an international and multidisciplinary mix of industry experts convenes to jury this annual competition. They consider “before” and “after” representations of brand transformations with written summaries and supporting elements that showcase integration of social media and mobile engagement.
The Comox Valley Airport’s corporate rebrand was launched in July 2011 and embodies its world-class service and local charm, bringing to life the unique stories of travelers to the area. The brand, which has received merit level recognition as one of the top 100 global rebrands, now serves as a platform for all marketing and communications activities for the airport.
“A strong and well-defined brand supports our new vision of developing and expanding our scheduled air services network and we are delighted that our model has been recognized internationally,” said CEO Shirley de Silva. “YQQ’s brand provides us with the powerful platform we need to effectively grow our business and this award represents our relentless pursuit to provide the highest level of service in all that we do.
"We are so proud that our efforts have resulted in a brand is globally competitive.”
“More than 60 participants were consulted as part of YQQ’s brand development process through in-depth interviews, focus groups and facilitated sessions,” explained Christianne Wile, manager of marketing and public communications. “We know there is a lot of pride and ownership felt for YQQ among the community and we felt it was important to reflect the key attributes that distinguish and link our airport to the Comox Valley.”
Wile says YQQ has successfully incorporated its brand into all aspects of its operations from its strategic marketing campaign, signage, staff and volunteer uniforms, to the overall look and feel of the terminal building and the corporate materials used to conduct its business.
The 2012 Rebrand winners represented over 28 countries and 34 industries.
— Comox Valley Airport

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