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tpt Receives Top Community Honor From St. Paul Chamber of Commerce
Twin Cities Public Television (tpt) has been awarded the 2012 Non-Profit Deubener Award for demonstrating growth, risk, excellence, diversity and innovation by the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce: an impressive and humbling accolade for the public media leader.
“As a leading non-profit public media organization, being recognized for the important work that is done by tpt in the community is a great honor,” says tpt President and CEO Jim Pagliarini. “The Deubener Award recognizes attributes like excellence and diversity which are fundamental to the tenets that tpt operates under everyday.”
TPT is also celebrating a banner year in Give to the Max donations. Public TV supporters in Minnesota raised $30,721 for the St. Paul based non-profit. As a publicly funded non-profit organization, tpt is thrilled with the support that their viewers and patrons have shown.
The success of these two important events create invaluable momentum for tpt as they continue their impressive capital campaign to revitalize their Lowertown St. Paul facility and revolutionize their award-winning television programming both nationally and across the state. Funds raised during Give to the Max 2012 will go a long way toward meeting the $30 million goal that tpt has set for their capital campaign, and the Deubener Award is precisely the type of community recognition that creates awareness for the great work that tpt strives to produce every day.
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