Graphcom Creative Receives 3 Regional ADDY Awards
Graphcom Creative received three ADDY Awards at the district level of the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The District 2 region is one of the largest in the AAF, with representation from New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.
Graphcom Creative previously won an impressive nine ADDYs at the local level, including a Judge’s Award in the category of Advertising Industry – Self-Promotion. Those wins enabled the marketing firm to proceed to the AAF’s District 2 regional competition, where the company’s three wins in the categories of Collateral Material – Annual Report, Four-Color, for the 2011 Allegheny Electric Cooperative Annual Report, “Staying Power: 65 Years of Setting the Pace”; Sales Promotion – Product or Service Sales Presentation, for the Adams County Nursery Catalog; and Advertising Industry – Self-Promotion – Single Medium Campaign, for branded Graphcom Services T-shirts, enabled Graphcom Creative to advance to the national competition at the 2013 ADMERICA conference, June 5-8 in Phoenix, Ariz. Graphcom Creative will join other finalists at the competition.
“We’re so fortunate to have a team that’s willing to push the limits of creative design to bring our clients great work,” said Graphcom, Inc. President Matt Livelsberger. “The awards are a nice recognition of the hard work that we do every day, but the key is getting results for our clients. That’s why we’re here.”
“It is humbling to get confirmation from our peers about the great work that I know we are capable of executing. My entire group works tirelessly to create solid concepts, great creative and flawless development for all of our clients. We are very excited about the accolades and look forward to seeing how we can continue to make an impact for our clients on jobs we haven’t started yet,” said Troy Dean, Creative Director of Graphcom Creative.
The ADDY Awards is the country’s largest creative competition — the “Oscars” of the advertising world — with more than 60,000 local entries competing in 200 cities throughout 15 districts.