Wins Bring Agency Total To 10 American Graphic Design Awards Over Last Two Years
Allentown, Pa. — For the second year in a row, Keenan-Nagle has gone up against 8,000 of the most creative entries in the advertising and marketing industry and emerged with five American Graphic Design Awards in a competition sponsored by Graphic Design USA of New York City.
This year’s tally brings Keenan-Nagle’s total to 10 in the two years it has entered the competition. The American Graphic Design Awards competition “honors outstanding work of all kinds and across all media: print and collateral, advertising and sales promotion, corporate identity and logos, internet and interactive design, packaging and point of purchase, broadcast and motion pictures. ”
Keenan-Nagle won in several categories for different clients. The firm was recognized for two publications, including the “2012 Year In Review” created for the Lancaster County Waste Management Authority and the “2013 Progress Update” for Valley Preferred; two for website design for the Allentown-based Alliance for Building Communities and Westside Warehouse of Bethlehem, and a consumer education piece – designed for Essroc Italcementi Group’s iNova Global Branding.
“We enter this competition because we believe in it,” said Keenan-Nagle President Michael Keenan. “You are judged against your peers. There are 8,000 entries and only 15 percent of them earn awards recognition. I like it because it represents concepts from across all the mediums.”
Keenan-Nagle’s winning entries will be published in the American Graphic Design Awards Annual for GDUSA subscribers and displayed in the Online Winners Gallery and www.gdusa.com.