Innis Maggiore is top ad agency at Akron advertising competition
CANTON, Ohio (Feb. 22, 2021) — Innis Maggiore, the nation’s leading positioning ad agency, today announced it earned seven awards at the 2021 American Advertising Federation Awards (ADDY® Awards) ceremony Friday evening. The agency earned a Gold ADDY for its work on the Paul Brown wall display for the Massillon Museum.
Held by the Akron Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF-Akron), the ceremony featured entries from Akron, Canton and the surrounding areas. Innis Maggiore’s awards were earned for:
Arnold Funeral Home – Funeral Pre-planning Services Campaign
Canton Museum of Art – Dancing in Light Exhibition Campaign
Encino Energy – Values Kit
Hazmatpac – Logo
Massillon Museum – Paul Brown Wall Display
RFS – DragonSkin Website
Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) – Rider Thank You Campaign
Creative Director Lee-Ann DeMeo and Art Director Alicia Jordan said it’s an honor to earn the awards, and that making a positive impact on clients’ businesses through strategic creative work is rewarding.
“It’s great to see such amazing work created in Northeast Ohio,” said DeMeo. “It’s humbling to be recognized for the creative work we do to help differentiate our clients.”
“We’re fortunate to be able to collaborate with our clients to bring great ideas to life,” said Jordan. “And when those ideas win awards against some tough competition, it’s even better.”
Innis Maggiore Group is recognized as America’s leading positioning ad agency, building strong brand positions for companies in competitive markets. The full-service integrated agency had 2020 capitalized billings of $24 million. Key clients include: Aultman Hospital, AultCare, Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods, BellStores, Center for Health Affairs/CHAMPS, Encino Energy, Extreme Trailers, FSBO.com, GOJO Industries (Purell), The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, GuideStone Financial Resources, KFC/Kendall House, Kobre & Kim, MID’S True Sicilian Pasta Sauce, Midwest Industrial Supply, Perfect Power Wash, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA), SmithFoods, Stark Community Foundation and Young Trucks.