Jennings President to Judge Web Health Awards

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – May 2, 2012 – Dan Dunlop, president and CEO of Jennings, the Chapel Hill marketing and advertising firm, has been chosen to judge this year’s Winter / Spring 2012 Web Health Awards.  The Web Health Awards recognizes high-quality health resources for consumers and health professionals twice a year.  Dunlop will join a panel of judges that will critique the entries based on content, format, success in reaching the target health audience and overall quality.

“I’m looking forward to reviewing the interactive projects healthcare organizations and agencies across the nation have submitted,” said Dunlop.  “The level of work keeps getting better each year; I already know judging is going to be tough.”

Dunlop, who has been with Jennings for 17 years, has also served as a judge for the national Health Information Awards.  As a leading professional in healthcare marketing, Dunlop has been a regular contributor to industry publications, a featured speaker at regional and national healthcare conferences, and serves on the national advisory boards of Healthcare Marketing Advisor and eHealthcare Strategy & Trends.

About Health Information Resource Center

The Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), organizer of the Web Health Awards, is a national information clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields. Other well-known HIRC programs includes the 18th annual National Health Information Awards, which annually recognizes the nation’s best consumer health information (in non-digital formats), and two national “Fitness Day” events: the 10th annual National Women’s Health & Fitness Day, held annually the last Wednesday in September, and the 15th annual Family Health & Fitness Day USA, held the last Saturday in September. Visit www.fitnessday.com for details on these events, both the largest health promotion events of their kind.

About Jennings

Jennings, founded in 1979, specializes in advertising, public relations and brand development for businesses in healthcare, higher education and the arts. Using both consumer anthropology and healthy skepticism, Jennings finds the relevant, relatable connection between a person and a product. For more, see www.jenningsco.com.