Lovell Communications Picks up Ten Healthcare Advertising Awards
New honors bring agency list of awards in 2015 to 25
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 16, 2015) – Lovell Communications recently accepted 10 Healthcare Advertising Awards from the Healthcare Marketing Report for creative work developed on behalf of Lovell clients.
The agency received highest honors in the social media category with Gold Awards for innovative campaigns on both Facebook and Pinterest. Lovell also received Bronze Awards in the newspaper advertising and calendar categories, along with Merit Awards in the brochure, newspaper advertising, outdoor transit/billboard, and logo/letterhead categories.
“Though our clients rely on us most for our keen strategy work, it’s great fun to be recognized for our creative and tactical projects,” said Lovell Communications President & CEO Rosemary Plorin. “We are honored to work with truly stellar clients all over the country, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to do great work with them.”
Earlier this year, Lovell was recognized by its peers with 15 awards from the Nashville Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, bringing home seven Parthenon awards in the categories of media relations, new media, bylined article and crisis communication. Eight awards of Merit were also awarded in the areas of public service, writing, media relations, special events, and pitch material.
About Lovell Communications Inc.
With a national roster of clients, Lovell Communications Inc. is a Nashville-based firm that helps protect companies’ brand reputations and promote and grow their businesses through marketing and public relations. The firm develops and implements results-oriented marketing communications programs focusing on both business-to-business and consumer marketing. Clients range from publicly held companies to start-ups to closely held family businesses to pre-IPO companies. Learn more about Lovell at their website or on Twitter, Facebook or the company blog.
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