November 19, 2014 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Steve Helm


Special Olympics Texas (SOTX), Austin-based LatinWorks and California-based artist Queenie Liao are winners!

SOTX has recieved a Multicultural Excellence Award from the Association of Natonal Advertising (ANA) for the Print Division of its "We See Abilities" advertising campaign. The awards, sponsored by the ANA Multicultural Marketing & Diversity Committee, raise awareness and exposure of the outstanding work being done in the areas of African-American, Asian, Hispanic, LGBT, People with Disabilities, and Total Market advertising. 

“We are proud that the hard work of LatinWorks and Queenie Liao have been recognized by such a prestigious group," SOTX vice president for Communications Tela Goodwin Mange said. "Their ads have increased awareness of Special Olympics Texas, and we’re grateful that they chose to share their talents with our athletes,”

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