The Golden Flame Awards program is a yearly event held by the IABC/Atlanta chapter to recognize excellence in communications. Awards are presented at the annual Golden Flame Awards Banquet, held in October, which highlights the achievements of local professionals and companies in a variety of categories, including print media, electronic media, graphic communications and media relations.
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hughes Telematics, Inc., (HTI), (OTCBB: HUTC) a leader in providing next generation connected solutions, today announced that it has been named winner of the Best Telematics Service Provider at the 2012 Telematics Detroit conference in Novi, MI. The award recognizes the best telematics service set in the market showing evidence of attracting new customers and offering a unique experience for customers. [Read More]
Ironic as it might be, public relations firms are notorious for shortchanging themselves when it comes to the promotion of their own products and services. It took Brandware 11 years to get around to their first award application, and yet we’ve managed to grow quite nicely and consistently over those years.
That begs the question: do awards really matter?
We are passionate about the many benefits of Dry Ice – and that passion was recently acknowledged with an award. We’ve won a national Communicator Award for creative excellence for a consumer brochure we wrote, designed and produced for our client Penguin Brand Dry Ice. The “Everyday Uses” brochure won in the Brochure: Business-to-Consumer category. Winners of the 18th Annual Communicator Awards are selected by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, a 550+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media. With thousands of entries received from across the US and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring the creative excellence for communications professionals.