Crawford Strategy receives prestigious awards

Crawford Strategy, a marketing and communications firm based in Greenville, recently earned several awards from internationally known competitions at the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts Communicator Awards, the South Carolina Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America Mercury Awards, and the Telly Awards.

Crawford received the awards at the 22nd Annual Communicator Awards. The Communicator Awards is the biggest, most competitive awards contest that recognizes creative excellence in the communications industry, featuring over 6,000 entries from the U.S. and the world this year alone.

“Our mission as a brand strategist partner is to create relevant communications solutions that help our clients move forward,” Marion Crawford, president and CEO of Crawford Strategy, said. “We are fortunate to have a large and growing number of loyal clients, and we love helping them achieve their goals. When marketing, advertising and PR industry organizations like these say our work is award-worthy, it is very affirming.”

The Crawford Strategy team received the Communicator Awards for the Thrive Upstate “We Believe” Brand Launch Video, United Community Bank “Make The Most Of Your Plastic” Campaign Poster, City of Greenville/Ice on Main “Memories” Video, and United Community Bank “Let’s Take The Next Step Together” Campaign ad.

“At Crawford Strategy, we devote a great deal of time and energy to understanding our client’s goals before creating and executing a particular marketing strategy,” Andy Windham, SVP of Client Strategy, said. “Our connection with our clients allows us to more effectively tell their stories through a variety of mediums that accomplish their goals. We are pleased to know that our efforts are hitting the mark.”

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