These judges, all with years of experience in their field, evaluated the entries on Strategy, Creativity and Results, all equally weighted. A panel of Senior Judges and our Senior Judging Co—Chairs are available to the judges for questions and to guide them through the online process. The scores from the two rounds are combined to determine Gold, Silver and Bronze awards. Best of the Best The top entries from the Second Round are reviewed and the Best of the Best is awarded, making this award truly representative of the best in Canadian marketing.
We saw western hospitality, pride of place, commitment to community and integrity rise above the disaster. Stampede was a time to pause with friends and family, take a break from flood recovery and celebrate our community.
As it has always been and will always be. As we embark on the next chapter of our story, we will deliver exceptional experiences that entertain, educate and engage visitors; we will build inspired spaces to bring our community together to celebrate; and we will further energize the brand that has come to define our city.
Our vision is to create a world-class, year-round gathering place in the heart of our great city. About us The Calgary Stampede is a not-for-profit community organization that preserves and promotes western heritage and values.
Values At the root of the Calgary Stampede brand are the core values of western hospitality, integrity, pride of place, and commitment to the community.
These values connect us to our past, to the present and to our future. A message from the president and chairman of the board and the CEO Dear Friends, was an extraordinary year by any measure.
The southern Alberta floods presented challenges of a magnitude we had never experienced in our history. They also reminded us, as disasters do, of what matters and why we do what we do.
We did what we do best: Against all odds, we opened our gates on time. We cleaned flooded basements, served food to relief troops in Canmore, and provided warm breakfasts to a severely impacted Siksika First Nation.
Our employees were heroic, pulling out all the stops to ready for Stampede - cleaning buildings, repairing facilities and overcoming unimaginable obstacles.
When it was safe to begin Stampede set-up, our volunteers and employees worked collaboratively and diligently under a compressed schedule to ensure everything was ready for opening day.
Flood recovery did not stop at the conclusion of Stampede Right after Stampede ended we began full restoration of our facilities to their pre-flood state.
We expect our insurance policies will cover the vast majority of the repairs. While we will always remember as the year of the flood, we are also proud to report that we made significant progress last year against our strategic plan. The three-year plan has six focused strategies and here are the highlights of what we accomplished in year one.
Support our people to ride for the brand We invested in programs, training and leadership to help our people reflect our brand values in the experiences we deliver to our guests and community.
Over the course of the year, committee leadership reviewed and updated each of the mandates of our 47 volunteer committees, ensuring each committee was aligned with our strategic plan. In we redesigned our total compensation offering, to be introduced into ensure a competitive offering to our current and future employees.
We received two people related awards in that recognized the strength of our culture and our status as a top provincial employer.
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Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin About us. The Calgary Stampede is a not-for-profit community organization that preserves and promotes western heritage and values.
The Stampede contributes to our communities’ quality of life by promoting volunteerism, investing in youth and agricultural programs, providing world-class event facilities and offering a unique western experience for the world to enjoy.
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