Axiom brought its “A” Game to this year’s AMA Crystal Awards and walked away with 5 “Best in Category” Crystal wins. Additionally, Axiom had the most finalists in the show with 32 projects recognized across 18 categories.
Highest honors (Crystal Awards) were achieved for the following print and screen-based projects:
Advertising – Magazine (single): Cameron Tree Rings Ad
Advertising – Online (single banner, button, pop up): Cameron Acquires NATCO
Interactive/Multimedia Marketing Presentation: ION Geophysical Interactive Tours
Website – Business to Business: Axiom Creative Energy
Website – Non-profit: Historic Houston
The evening’s accolades were especially notable as the 2010 competition had the most participation in the history of the event. The American Marketing Association’s Houston chapter has the second largest membership (after the founding Chicago chapter). In four out of the past five years, Houston has been acknowledged as Chapter of the Year — a record in charter history.
Within the marketing communications industry, the AMA Crystals represents one of the most challenging shows. The entries submitted are judged primarily on (1) solid execution against a strategic marketing plan, and (2) measurable results. Axiom’s five Crystal awards continue to demonstrate the company’s Creative Energy, and their mission to provide exceptional creative solutions aligned with clients’ business goals. To learn more about Axiom’s unique brand of Creative Energy visit www.axiom.us.com.
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