QCA Win in Martin County
QCA is proud to announce we are serving Martin County with public relations and communication services. QCA's Beth Zsoka is leading the project to provide support with community outreach, image development, special events and crisis communications, as needed by the various departments within the county.
The QCA team has extensive knowledge in media relations, press relations, speechwriting, researching and evaluating communication activities, event coordination, media training and the other aspects required to be successful on this project.
"We have enjoyed working closely with Martin County staff and look forward to the opportunity to provide support on various upcoming initiatives," said Area Manager Beth Zsoka. We are excited for the future with Martin County!
Amanda Tyler Joins QCA with a Bang
In just three quick months with QCA, Graphic Designer Amanda Tyler has already left her mark in a variety of ways. She has developed a logo and website for the Gainesville Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization, established internal branding collaterals and initiatives, including QCA's 2014 "Love is..." campaign, and served on the survey team for the City of Boca Raton Police Department. She also created the messaging, logo, letterhead and envelope designs that transitioned Bay Harbor Islands to using SunPass, an electronic toll collection system created by the Florida Department of Transportation. With a strong background in design, Amanda has proven to be successful in all areas she has served for the QCA team.
"Amanda brings extensive experience and skill to QCA," shared Vice President Jill Cappadoro. "We are so glad to have her on our team."
Welcome to the QCA Team, Amanda!
Ronald McDonald Meal Program
QCA is honored to have had the opportunity to serve the Ronald McDonald House of Tampa Bay. Recently, associates from the corporate services division came together to prepare a meal for families staying at this home-away-from-home. The menu for the evening included homemade turkey chili, fresh salad, steak fries and chili dogs for the families staying at the house to enjoy.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Tampa Bay provides comfort and care to children and their families by supporting local Ronald McDonald Houses®, its cornerstone program, and by making grants to other local non-profit organizations that help children in need. The Ronald McDonald House® of Tampa Bay provides a home-away-from-home for families of pediatric patients in area hospitals.
"I believe we all are smiling today for our contribution," shared QCA CEO and President Sharlene Lairscey. "It always feels great to give back, especially to a great organization such as the Ronald McDonald House."
Way to give back!
Congratulations, Mary Brooks, QCA Employee of the Year!
QCA is proud to announce the 2013 Employee of the Year Award to Vice President Mary Brooks. Recently, she was honored at the annual State of the Company meeting and presented this award by QCA President Sharlene Lairscey.
Mary joined QCA as a public information officer in 2000 and built what is now known as the QCA Central Florida team. She currently serves the Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority (OOCEA) as a public information officer supporting OOCEA's administration on various road construction projects including Wekiva Parkway (State Road 429), a cooperative effort between OOCEA, the Florida Department of Transportation and the Florida's Turnpike Enterprise.
"From the very beginning, Mary has set the standard of hard work and enthusiasm for all other QCA associates to follow. She is 100% dedicated to her community and to her clients," shared QCA President and CEO Sharlene Lairscey. "Mary always has the best interest of her associates in mind and I'm truly so thankful for her leadership on our team." We're honored to have you on the QCA team, Mary!
To view Mary's Employee of the Year Award video, please click here.http://www.qcausa.com
Little River SR 10 Project
QCA is proud to be serving the Florida Department of Transportation on the Little River SR 10 Project. The project is replacing four bridges: the eastbound and westbound spans of Little River Bridge, and the eastbound and westbound spans of the Hurricane Creek Bridge. Currently, the crews are working to demolish the bridges for this project due to end in September of 2014.
QCA's Amanda Hopkins is working with Reynolds, Smith and Hills (RS&H) to provide resident compliance services and administrative support for this project in Gadsden County.