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Oregon Lottery Receives International Lottery Conference Award

Tuesday, November 03, 2015

 

via the Oregon Lottery's Facebook page.

The Oregon Lottery won the top honors from the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries this weekend at the 2015 NASPL convention held in Dallas Texas.

Oregon won two awards for its responsible gambling campaigns and a third award for Corporate/Beneficiary TV Advertising.

"I am very proud of our marketing team's work in preparing these award-winning advertisements that tell Oregonians about the good things their lottery dollars do for the state," said Oregon Lottery Director Jack Roberts. "The ads also inform people with gambling problems how to access the help they need and which the lottery also funds. It is great that their excellent work has been acknowledged by our lottery peers across the country and in Canada." 

The responsible gambling TV ad entitled “Bowling Night” won the award for best Responsible Gambling Video Communications. The ad depicts a group of friends encouraging another friend to get treatment for his gambling addiction. View the award winning ad below:

The Lottery’s website for the Oregon Program Gambling Resource took home the ward for Responsible Gambling Electronic Communications. View the award winning website by clicking here.

The “Coming Home” ad, which recognized the Lottery’s 30th anniversary, took home the TV Advertising award.

Since the Oregon Lottery began selling tickets on April 25, 1985, it has earned nearly $10 billion for economic development, public education, state parks and watershed enhancements. For more information on the Oregon Lottery visit the Oregon Lottery website. For more information about Lottery supported problem gambling treatment and help visit Oregon Problem Gambling Resource website. 

 

Related Slideshow: Oregon Governor’s Film Awards

On Tuesday, Jan. 6, Governor John Kitzhaber presented the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards for the categories "Film Advocate," "Innovation in Education," and "Achievement In Film Service" at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Nancy & Mayor Charlie

Nancy and Mayor Charlie Hales at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Jim and Juan

HIVE's Jim Clark and Juan Martinez at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Cheryl Strayed

Cheryl Strayed was one of the speakers at the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Governor John Kitzhaber

Governor Kitzhaber at the reception prior to the presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Sgt. Pete Simpson

Sgt. Pete Simpson at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Teresa & Jacqueline

Teresa Sabatine and Jacqueline Gault at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Neel Pender

Sen. Wyden staffer Neel Pender at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Phillip Wade

Phillip Wade at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Shelly, Brian & Josh

Shelley Midthun, Brian Lord and Josh Leake at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Enrique and Lana

Enrique Arias and Lana Veenker at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Tom McFadden

OMPA's Tom McFadden at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Tim and Rosemary

Executive Director of the Governor's Office of Film & Television Tim Williams and Laika's Rosemary Colliver at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Tara and Lydia

Tara Johnson-Medinger and Lidia Yuknavitch at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

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Andy Mingo

Award winner Andy Mingo at the reception prior to Governor John Kitzhaber's presentation of the Oregon Film & Television Office's Annual Governor's Awards at the Eastside Exchange Building in Northeast Portland.

 
 

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