McBride Marketing Group Wins Best of Print at 2015 Addy Awards

2015 Addy Awards

McBride Marketing Group pulled top honors at the 2015 American Advertising Awards – Space Coast Chapter winning the coveted BEST OF PRINT for the Space Coast Office of Tourism Integrated Campaign. The Brevard County based advertising agency won nine Addy Awards in all including five Gold Addy Awards.

“Year after year, our work continues to earn recognition from very critical peers,” says Mike McBride, President and CMO of the Agency. “Awards this meaningful are validation of the extra work and passion we put into each project.”

“And they look good sitting on the desk.”

Below is a full listing of the 2015 American Advertising Federation ADDY Awards won by McBride Marketing Group:

BEST OF PRINT
Collateral – Book Design
Intersil Corporation

Gold ADDY
:30 TV Spot, National TV/Consumer
Office of Tourism & Development

Gold ADDY
Sales Promotion Campaign
Intersil Corporation

Gold ADDY
Collateral – Book Design
Intersil Corporation

Gold ADDY
Integrated Campaign
Intersil Corporation

Gold ADDY
Collateral – Brochure
Intersil Corporation

Silver ADDY
Digital Advertising – Social Media
Office of Tourism & Development

Silver ADDY
Digital Campaign
McBride Marketing Group

Silver ADDY
Integrated Campaign
Office of Tourism & Development

Silver ADDY
Consumer Publication
Georgian Terrace

“Through my participation on the Tourism Development Council, I have witnessed McBride formulate and explain an entire destination marketing campaign with flawless professionalism to a tough and knowledgeable group,” says Tom Williamson, Partner at Ocean Partners. “Working directly with them on marketing and advertising campaigns for the Cocoa Beach Hotel Association, I am continually amazed at their creativity and ability to quickly ascertain what works and what doesn’t.”

For list of services provided by McBride Marketing Group, visit www.McBrideMarketingGroup.com or call 321-259-1795.

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