Big wins Judge's Choice at AdFed Honors Event
FORT WAYNE, Ind., February 2016 – Big (Brand Innovation Group) was recognized with a Judge’s Choice Award at the American Advertising Federation’s 2016 Advertising Honors, held on February 27.
Big took home 21 total awards, spread over 14 different clients, including 10 Gold awards, 10 Silver awards, and the Judge’s Choice award for Solaris “Lavatory Laboratory” training videos.
Big was especially excited to win awards in so many different specialties. “I think this demonstrates our ability to bring excellence into all areas of marketing,” said Craig Crook, Big’s Brand Engagement Director. “And it is a great way to cap off our 20th Anniversary.”
“Of course, that kind of recognition is affirming,” said Chad Stuckey, Chief Creative Officer of Brand Innovation Group. “But in the end our true measurement is whether or not it worked for our client. When our clients see how these efforts achieve their marketing and business goals, the real celebration begins.”
A complete showcase of awards will be made available via the company’s Facebook page later this week: facebook.com/gotobig
Big (Brand Innovation Group) is an innovative marketing firm offering branding, marketing, digital, advertising and design services for forward-thinking businesses. We believe that every brand has a story to tell and marketing only matters if it works. To learn more, visit gotobig.com.
The American Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and improving the advertising industry, fostering higher standards of practice in advertising, expanding recognition of advertising, and cultivating a better understanding of the economic and social values of advertising to all people.
The American Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne includes the Indiana counties of Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Koscuisko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells and Whitley. It is affiliated with the American Advertising Federation Sixth District; including Indiana, Illinois and Michigan.