By Lars Dalseide | December 14 2011 16:43
Benjamin F. Van Scoyoc, Wendy Cunningham, Douglas M. Wicklund and William E. Trible of the NRA's National Firearms Museum

The National Firearms Museum received a great deal of recognition during the NRA's 2011 Service Awards Ceremony — but none greater then Wendy Cunningham. Do due all the hard work she's been putting in over the past year, Museum Director Jim Supica nominated Cunningham for an Outstanding Achievement Award.

Here's a piece of the presentation:

Wendy brings an impressive amount of graphic design skills to her position and uses them to enhance a great deal of the Museum’s communication efforts. Those skills came into play as she created new Museum brochures, a new gallery map, the Hollywood Guns poster and catalog cover, signage for the Petersen Gallery as well as signage and graphics for the new “100 Years of the 1911” display.

Through her efforts and work with Media Relations staff, media coverage for Museum events has increased significantly – giving this treasure in our building the exposure it deserves.

Also pictured above, from left to right, are Museum Service Awards winners:

- Benjamin F. Van Scoyoc, 10 years
- Douglas M. Wicklund, 25 years
- William E. Trible, 20 years

Our congratulations goes out to all.

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