Agency Creative Brings Home Three Ad Industry Awards

Agency Creative Brings Home Three Ad Industry Awards

By Agency Creative
April 29th, 2015

2014 was a year of ad industry award-winning achievements for Agency Creative. This year also appears to be shaping up nicely.

Agency Creative continues to receive national recognition for their 30-second C-diff commercial. The commercial for Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation educates North Texans on how they can do their part to stop the spread of this dangerous infection. The commercial, which won two silver Davey awards and two platinum MarCom awards last year, has now received a silver People’s Telly award.

In addition to that, our “Dress Size” commercial for North Texas bariatric surgery practice Kim Bariatric Institute was named a bronze winner in the 2015 Tellys. The 30-second commercial features actual bariatric patients sharing how Dr. David Kim’s patented Kim Inverted Gastric Sleeve procedure has altered more than their dress size. These bariatric patients have lowered their blood pressure, reversed Type 2 diabetes and improved their energy levels. This campaign continues to run featuring other actual patients.

Another winner for Agency Creative was our self-promotional Christmas story, “The Moose Before Christmas.” The booklet was based on a poem composed by Agency Creative executive creative director Artie Megibben, with illustrations by art director Gabie Kinderknecht. The design piece merited a silver at this year’s DFW Addy award competition and moves on to compete in the national Addy awards show later this year.

“It’s always gratifying to have our creative efforts recognized by our industry peers,” commented Megibben, “However, our creative staffers never lose sight of an ad’s highest purpose: to move products, services and attitudes.”

ad industry awards

2014 was a year of ad industry award-winning achievements for Agency Creative. This year also appears to be shaping up nicely.

Agency Creative continues to receive national recognition for their 30-second C-diff commercial. The commercial for Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation educates North Texans on how they can do their part to stop the spread of this dangerous infection. The commercial, which won two silver Davey awards and two platinum MarCom awards last year, has now received a silver People’s Telly award.

In addition to that, our “Dress Size” commercial for North Texas bariatric surgery practice Kim Bariatric Institute was named a bronze winner in the 2015 Tellys. The 30-second commercial features actual bariatric patients sharing how Dr. David Kim’s patented Kim Inverted Gastric Sleeve procedure has altered more than their dress size. These bariatric patients have lowered their blood pressure, reversed Type 2 diabetes and improved their energy levels. This campaign continues to run featuring other actual patients.

Another winner for Agency Creative was our self-promotional Christmas story, “The Moose Before Christmas.” The booklet was based on a poem composed by Agency Creative executive creative director Artie Megibben, with illustrations by art director Gabie Kinderknecht. The design piece merited a silver at this year’s DFW Addy award competition and moves on to compete in the national Addy awards show later this year.

“It’s always gratifying to have our creative efforts recognized by our industry peers,” commented Megibben, “However, our creative staffers never lose sight of an ad’s highest purpose: to move products, services and attitudes.”


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2014 was a year of ad industry award-winning achievements for Agency Creative. This year also appears to be shaping up nicely.

Agency Creative continues to receive national recognition for their 30-second C-diff commercial. The commercial for Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation educates North Texans on how they can do their part to stop the spread of this dangerous infection. The commercial, which won two silver Davey awards and two platinum MarCom awards last year, has now received a silver People’s Telly award.

In addition to that, our “Dress Size” commercial for North Texas bariatric surgery practice Kim Bariatric Institute was named a bronze winner in the 2015 Tellys. The 30-second commercial features actual bariatric patients sharing how Dr. David Kim’s patented Kim Inverted Gastric Sleeve procedure has altered more than their dress size. These bariatric patients have lowered their blood pressure, reversed Type 2 diabetes and improved their energy levels. This campaign continues to run featuring other actual patients.

Another winner for Agency Creative was our self-promotional Christmas story, “The Moose Before Christmas.” The booklet was based on a poem composed by Agency Creative executive creative director Artie Megibben, with illustrations by art director Gabie Kinderknecht. The design piece merited a silver at this year’s DFW Addy award competition and moves on to compete in the national Addy awards show later this year.

“It’s always gratifying to have our creative efforts recognized by our industry peers,” commented Megibben, “However, our creative staffers never lose sight of an ad’s highest purpose: to move products, services and attitudes.”

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