Encore Multimedia Earns Eight Hermes Awards in International Creative Competition

Encore Multimedia, the integrated marketing/PR firm located in East Texas, is pleased to announce that it has been honored with eight 2019 Hermes Creative Awards (four platinum and four gold awards) for video and television work the company has created, developed, and produced on behalf of its clients.

"The Hermes Creative Award represents recognition by our peers for the creativity and dedication we put into everything we do and reflects our philosophy of "Customer Focused. Results Driven.," said Dean Waskowiak, Encore Multimedia President. "But what is really rewarding for us is the opportunity to share this honor with our clients and to thank them for their trust."

As a full-service agency, Encore Multimedia serves regional, national, and international clients and specializes in strategic marketing, public relations, and web development, offering the convenience of a complete range of in-house services.

The Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for marketing and production professionals involved in the creation of traditional and digital media that exhibits creativity and excellence. Over 6,500 entries were submitted for this year’s competition by individuals and companies from the United States, Canada, and around the world and were judged by members of the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals.

The 2019 Hermes Creative Awards presented to Encore are:

Platinum Awards for Christus Health - "YOUnited" - TV Ad; Longview ISD - "The Smartest Choice" - TV Ad; Peters Chrysler Dodge - "Your Home" - TV Ad; and Texas Bank and Trust - "Reflections of Trust: 60th Anniversary" - TV Ad, and

Gold Awards for ABC Auto Parts - "Evolution: 50th Anniversary" - TV Ad; Azalea Orthopedics - "Today at Azalea" - TV Ad; Peters Chevrolet - "What Matters" - TV Ad; and Texas State Railroad - Full Story - Educational Video.

To learn more about Encore Multimedia, visit encoremultimedia.com or call (903) 757-6111.

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