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Insight brings home 8 MarCom Awards
Posted on: Nov 11, 2019        Categories:   Awards  |  Marketing Insights

Insight Marketing Design has repeated and improved on last year’s success at the international MarCom Awards. While we matched last year’s efforts by winning eight awards, this year’s results included three Platinum Awards, two more than last year.

The MarCom Awards is an international creative competition that receives over 6000 entries from dozens of countries. This show is heavily focused on creativity and is judged by some of the industry leading creatives from the U.S. and the world.

Insight’s commitment to making every project stand out and get noticed is well reflected by the diversity of categories we won in.

From experiential marketing and newspaper ads to websites and photography, the quality of work is evident regardless of the medium.

Insight’s client, Lake Area Technical Institute lead the charge with four awards, including two Platinum Awards for the “Make Your Story Epic!” view book and “Superheroes In Action” life-sized cut out displays. Adding to Lake Area Tech’s impressive showing were two Gold Awards for a newspaper ad and original photography. Click here to see these Gold and Platinum winners.

The third Platinum Award was garnered by the South Dakota Farmers Union for its Insight-designed Safety Trailer. This project helps educate South Dakota farm kids on how to stay safe on the farm. You can check it out here.

Insight leveraged the amazing work of VanDeWalle Architects to create a stunning capabilities brochure that wowed the judges and scored a Gold. Get a good look at this beautiful brochure here.

Rounding out this year’s MarCom winners are an Honorable Mention for the new ELO CPAs & Advisors logo that proves creative work really counts and an Honorable Mention for the Rausch Granite Monuments website. Click here to see even more award-winning work for Insight’s clients.

Congratulations to our great clients and remember it’s not the medium that defines a marketing effort, but the creativity and vision that go into it.

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