MYRTLE BEACH, S.C., March 16, 2015 – The Brandon Agency, providing award-winning integrated marketing communications programs and campaigns proven to drive client success, shined for its creativity at the Charleston American Marketing Association’s (AMA) 2015 Spark Awards. At this year’s award ceremony on Wednesday, March 11, the agency was honored with three first place awards, and two runner-up awards for its creative work on behalf of its clients.
The agency took first place in the Best Direct Mail category for its HTC ‘Chocolate Mailer,’ Best Non-Traditional Guerilla Campaign for its Myrtle Beach Mutiny campaign, and Best Promotional Video for its Crescom ‘Candid Camera’ video.
In the Best Logo Design (MB Mutiny) and Best Website (Williams Knife Co.) categories, the company was selected as runner-up.
“It’s an honor to once again be recognized for our concept and design talent and our ability to create campaigns that impact our client’s businesses,” Scott Brandon, CEO of The Brandon Agency, said. “Great creative is always a team effort, and testament to our team as a whole, working together to deliver outstanding campaigns on behalf of our clients.”
Each year, the Charleston AMA recognizes outstanding marketing work and outstanding marketing professionals through its Spark! Award program. Entries are received from businesses and agencies throughout the lowcountry and are judged by a panel of experts. Only the best are selected each year for recognition at the AMA’s annual award ceremony.
About The Brandon Agency:
Founded in 1959, The Brandon Agency is a fully integrated marketing agency with offices in Breckenridge, Colo.; Charleston, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; Cleveland, Ohio; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; and Sofia, Bulgaria. Being the most creatively awarded agency in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia for the past 12 years, The Brandon Agency’s expertise in diverse marketing disciplines have produced successful programs and campaigns for hundreds of national brands in a variety of industries, including: banking and finance; ecommerce; food service; healthcare; real estate; technology; and tourism.