CreatiVisibilty Takes Gold and Honorable Mention in 2012 MarCom International Awards Competition
For Immediate Release
December 12, 2012
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Lisa Gullette, Owner/ Creative Director of CreatiVisibility
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Apex-Cary, N.C - Lisa Gullette, an Apex resident, was honored with a gold award for Web design and an honorable mention award for print design and web development in the MarCom Awards Competition.
MarCom Awards announced winners in November for the 2012 international awards competition that recognizes outstanding creative achievement by marketing and communication professionals; Ms. Gullette received the notable statuette for the award earlier this week. There were over 6,000 entries from throughout the United States, Canada and several other countries in the 2012 competition.
CreatiVisibility, a Cary-Apex area design firm is a winner in the creative competition for Ms. Gullette’s creative website home page design for Multi-modal Congestion Plan project website. The project is in conjunction with CDM Smith, Inc. for the Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO) and its county partners in the project. MarCom entries come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, public relations and design firms, and freelancers. The competition has grown to perhaps the largest of its kind in the world. Winners represent a variety of companies that range in size from individual communicators to media conglomerates and Fortune 500 companies. The competition is so well respected in the industry that national public relations organizations, ad clubs, and local business communicator chapters are entrants.
“Lisa and CreatiVisibility have been a HUGE asset to our project,” comments Will Letchworth, client services manager for CDM Smith, Inc. “The website and social media outreach that they have developed has been an integral part of our public involvement and information process and has provided us with an excellent forum for distributing information about this critical land use and transportation plan and receiving feedback from the public, local officials, and stakeholders in our project area. We have received multiple comments on the quality of the site and the ease with which interested parties can interact with us and find information.” Visit the award-winning design at www.congestionplan.com.
Winners were selected from over 200 categories in seven forms of media and communication efforts — marketing, publications, marketing/promotion, public service/pro bono, creativity and electronic/interactive. Ms. Gullette, also was given an honorable mention award for pro bono graphic/print design and website development work done for Carolina ShowFest, an as sociation conference for event planners in North and South Carolina.
Ms. Gullette, owner and Chief Creative Director at CreatiVisibility, said her company name originates from the marketing term “creative visibility”. The firm's mission is to provide a marketing-faceted approach to web and print design in order to create a cohesive visual presence. “It is a joy to see conservative projects earn creative awards and I am delighted to receive recognition for the Congestion Plan project website design as well as the work I have done to support the North Carolina Association of Festivals and Events (NCAF&E) ShowFest,” commented Gullette, from her studio in Apex, North Carolina.
MarCom Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). The international organization consists of several thousand creative professionals. The Association oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and sets standards for excellence. As part of its mission, AMCP supports the efforts of creative professionals who contribute their unique talents to public service and charitable organizations. Over the past several years, AMCP has donated thousands of dollars in grants to support efforts to contribute to marketing materials for homeless shelters, orphanages, day camps, community theaters, art centers, programs for the elderly and for child care and educational endeavors for the underprivileged.
About the MarCom statuette
The MarCom statuette has long been a majestic symbol of marketing and communications achievement. The MarCom graces the trophy cases of some of the top business and communication firms in the world. In 2011, the MarCom was given an exciting, renewed look by Society Awards, a high-end design and manufacturing firm that is recreating the awards industry by redesigning many of the world’s top creative awards, including The CLIOS, Golden Globes, MTV’s VMA, Academy of Country Music and American Music Awards.
CreatiVisibility creates visibility for its clients by taking a marketing-faceted approach to website and print design with the goals of building a lasting relationship between designer and client through attention to client needs, by problem solving in a creative, well-researched and cost effective manner, and by producing print and web communications products that meet or exceed professional standards.
CreatiVisibility is a small business in Wake County, North Carolina focused on serving local businesses, event planners, and corporate/government clients. For more information about CreatiVisibility, please visit www.CreatiVisibility.com.