FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fort Lauderdale based integrated marketing agency Starmark received more than a dozen honors at the Advertising Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale's ADDY Awards this past weekend.
“I am so proud of Starmark's creative and interactive teams that continue to produce BIG IDEAS - creative that resonates with audiences and technology that engages users across platforms.”
"Winning 14 ADDY Awards, including four Gold, is a remarkable achievement," said Starmark President Jacqui Hartnett. "I am so proud of Starmark's creative and interactive teams that continue to produce BIG IDEAS - creative that resonates with audiences and technology that engages users across platforms."
For client Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau (GFLCVB), Starmark won Gold ADDYs for the New York Times interstitial banners, the “Defrost App” in the mobile category, “Fork Lauderdale Dine Out App” for GPS & Location, and “Defrost Taxi Wrap” vehicle graphic.
Starmark’s efforts on behalf of the Broward Center for Performing Arts won the agency Silver ADDY awards for the categories of integrated campaign and single medium campaign. Starmark was honored for its work for client Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale with Silver ADDY awards for the category of website, interface & navigation and for SHARK single medium campaign.
About Starmark International
Starmark International, Inc. is an integrated marketing agency, headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL, that serves clients nationally. The agency specializes in strategic thinking, award-winning creative, branding, advertising, interactive and public relations. Since 1978, it has partnered with world-class companies to build measurable results. Starmark delivers fresh perspectives and smart thinking to ignite clients' business. Then, reinvests the knowledge to maximize return. It's big ideas. Bottom line.