BRISTOL, Tenn. — Corporate Marketing (CM) recently received top honors in the 2022 American Advertising Federation (AAF) of Southwest Virginia Awards. Held at the K-VA-T Corporate Support Center in Abingdon, Virginia, on March 5, the event recognized the region’s top advertising and marketing projects from 2021.
A division of Corporate Image (CI), a strategic public relations and communications firm headquartered in Bristol, Tennessee, CM received seven ADDY® awards, including the Judge’s Choice for its Creation Kingdom Zoo commercial.
CM collected four gold ADDY® awards that included the Creation Kingdom Zoo commercial, a visitor guide and map for Scott County, a T-shirt and logo for the Kickin’ Back at King Alley concert series, and a promotional video for Gate City. The agency also received silver ADDY® awards for the Scott County visitor kiosk and television commercials for Kickin’ Back at King Alley.
All projects were led by Marty Engle, CI/CM’s director of graphic services.
“It’s rewarding to see Corporate Marketing’s work receive local ADDY® awards and be recognized in an area overflowing with individuals who consistently push the boundaries of advertising with outstanding creativity,” says Jon Lundberg, president of CI/CM. “We value these awards, which are based on the evaluation of industry peers, because they recognize the effectiveness of our work on behalf of our clients.”
The ADDY® Awards attract more than 40,000 entries each year in local competitions and are the first phase of a three-tiered national competition.
Established in 1997, Corporate Marketing designs, develops and implements targeted marketing and advertising strategies for clients. Corporate Marketing’s parent company, Corporate Image, was founded in 1993 and is a strategic public relations firm that specializes in corporate communications.
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For more information, contact Robbie Phillips, vice president, Corporate Image, at 800-476-7459