By: Samantha Scott, APR
I am so excited to share this blog entry… of course it’s fun to win, but it’s even more fun to win with your colleagues and clients who were integral parts of the process.
The Suncoast Advertising Federation (local chapter of the American Advertising Federation) held their annual ADDYs awards last weekend and I am pleased to share that PTE took home four awards – one for each entry we submitted! This success was not achieved alone, however. We were honored to work with the ever-talented Christine Rooney on some design components and with clients such as Scott Fischer Enterprises and Monti Firearms.
PTE – Are you ready to push the envelope?
Interested in doing business with PTE? This is our introduction piece that explains what we’re about and how we can help businesses (maybe even yours!) communicate and grow through public relations, branding, Internet marketing, social media strategy and more.
Monti Firearms Website
Matt Mernin, our Interactive Web Developer and resident graphic designer and our former colleague, Alex Fernandez worked closely with the client to create this unique and very custom website. In fact, it was Matt’s idea to do the private log in coding.
Scott Fischer Enterprises
Story of the Self-Made Man
Scott Fischer Enterprises employs more than 200 people and as they continue to grow they need a way to express what the company culture is, where it came from and where the leaders plan on taking it. Introducing, the SFE Belief Document, Story of the Self-Made Man.
Pushing the Envelope, Inc.
Matt Mernin is also responsible for the look and feel of our company website and really brought the vision to life. Working with our former colleague Alex and myself, our new website really reflects our company in a unique way.
Awards offer satisfaction, but they also remind us of the hard work that it takes to succeed. We’re proud of these awards and will use them as inspiration to pursue even greater success. Congrats to all the local AdFed ADDY winners, and once again to the PTE team!
To see snapshots of the fun, visit our Facebook photo album.