Just Released: List of Companies Using AWAI-Trained Copywriters

Every day AWAI-trained copywriters are being hired by top companies around the world. Below is just a sampling of some of the companies our copywriters call clients.

American Cancer Society … Boardroom Inc. … Boy Scouts of America … Brian Tracy International … International Living … L.L. Bean … Lockheed Martin … Mercola.com … Newsmax Media, Inc. … Nightingale-Conant … Perry Marshall … Pet Health Network … Sony Media Software … St. Jude Children's Research Hospital … Sun Microsystems … Sylvan Learning Systems … Ted Nicholas … The Children’s Foundation … The Motley Fool … Verizon … WebEx … Zig Ziglar

To see the impressive (and growing!) list, click here.

And, if you’ve worked for a company you’d like to add to our AWAI “brag list,” please send it to me at AskKatie@awaionline.com

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Published: August 10, 2011

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