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Crestmark Wins Three Awards of Excellence from Graphic Design USA

(TROY, MICHIGAN, December 20, 2012) Striving for excellence continues to pay off for Crestmark – most recently with the win of three 2012 Awards of Excellence from the American Graphic Design Awards. The company was recognized for the Holiday Greeting 2011, created of handmade paper by workers with disabilities or disadvantages; the Get a Leg Up Advertisement, with a focus on transportation financing; and the On the Move Florida Direct Mail, which notified industry contacts about the West Palm Beach office move. Lisa Beattie, Crestmark’s Vice President, Communications/Marketing Director created these pieces; this is the sixth year Lisa’s creative with Crestmark has been recognized.

The American Graphic Design Awards spotlights more than 8,000 entries from the graphics arts community – from advertising agencies and graphic design firms, to corporations, publishers, and more. Of those entries, 15 percent are recognized with an Awards Certificate of Excellence. The awards honor outstanding work across all media, including print and collateral, advertising and sales promotions, Internet and interactive design and other creative. This national design competition is sponsored by Graphic Design USA.

“It is great to have Crestmark’s messaging to the marketplace be recognized by the design industry,” said Marty Blake, Executive Vice President. “We’re proud of the quality work that Lisa and her team do for the Crestmark brand.”

See below for the winning print pieces.


Get a Leg Up Advertisement

 
On the Move Florida Direct Mail

 
Holiday Greeting 2011

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