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Cosmetic Industry Awards Media Excellence

21 July 2004

Cosmetic Industry Awards Media Excellence

The Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance Association (CTFA) today announced the winners of the CTFA and Jasmine awards for excellence in articles about Cosmetics and Fragrances.

The Awards given annually were presented at a special ceremony this morning held in Aucklands Wintergarden Pavillion with around 75 media and industry representatives present.

This years competition from more than 70 entries was so tight that even runners up were given special mention for the Cosmetics award prior to the announcement of the winners.

Two awards are given by the CTFA. These are the CTFA Award for articles about Cosmetics and the Jasmine Award for articles about Fragrances. Each award has two categories promoting Literary Excellence and Visual Excellence.

This years winners were: CTFA Award for Literary Excellence Jane Clifton for Foundation members on Holiday Winter 04 CTFA Award for Visual Excellence Global Beauty for Simply You Jasmine Award for Literary Excellence Jenna Moore for Petal Power in Next Magazine Dec 03 Jasmine Award for Visual Excellence Petal Power in Next Magazine Dec 03

"The CTFA congratulates the winners on articles that rank as world class" said Garth Wyllie Executive Director of the CTFA.

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