In Greek mythology Hermes is the messenger of the gods as well as the patron of boundaries and the travelers who travel across them. How appropriate that two of the three Hermes Creative Awards won by Inprint are for tourism initiatives.
The Hermes Creative Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. It is an international competition created to recognize creative excellence in traditional and emerging media. This year Inprint entered three items and received three awards — two platinum and one gold. We couldn’t be more proud of our team! Readers of this blog know that Inprint only enters a few awards competitions each year and keeps awards in the proper perspective. (see earlier blog post) We develop great creative work to get results for our clients. In turn, excellent creative work also wins awards.
The 2010 Hermes Award winners are:
Platinum Award for Integrated Campaign for the Upper James River Water Trail Eco-tourism Initiative
Platinum Award for Annual Report for Goodwill Industries of the Valleys
Gold Award for Integrated Campaign for Crossroads to Settlement Heritage Tourism Initiative
The two tourism campaigns are the subjects of case studies on our web site. All three award-winning projects can be seen on our Facebook page.
We’re proud of our entire creative team and we appreciate the wonderful clients who allow us to do such fun and rewarding work.