NOW wins five Summit Creative Awards

NOW Communications picked up five new awards this year in the Summit international creative competition.

Our campaign for the Saskatchewan Government Employees Union led the way with three awards, including a Silver Award for Best Television ad under $5,000.  The “Privatization Experiments”

TV spot also won Bronze in the Public Service TV category.

A second TV ad for the SGEU, “Innocent”, highlighting the work of Liquor Store employees, also brought home a Bronze award in the Public Service category.

Our radio spot for the Manitoba Government Employees’ Union “Sounds of Summer” drew attention to the importance of safe driving while highway maintenance crews are at work.  Jointly-sponsored by Manitoba broadcasters, the spot won Silver in the Public Service radio competition.

And our fall school board election brochure for the BC Teachers’ Federation won Bronze in the Political Collateral category.

The Summit International Awards (SIA) organization is dedicated to furthering excellence in the communications industry.  Throughout its fifteen-year history, the SIA has established itself as one of the premier arbiters of creative and communication excellence. Companies and individuals from more than 50 countries and five continents participate in the awards programs.

Summit Creative Awards recognize creative excellence in companies and individuals with billing under $30 million.

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