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BKV Advertising Agency Creative Recognized by Hermes International Competition
In May, the Hermes Creative Competition awarded BKV with Platinum and Gold honors for creative work done for clients Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants and Aflac. Hermes is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional materials and programs, and emerging technologies. Judging is administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP) which began in 1995 to honor the communication profession.
BKV entered both direct mail and email creative into the awards, and walked away with two platinum and two gold wins for this work.
“Our creative product is arguably the most visible output of our agency” explains Alan Blose, EVP, Chief Creative Officer of BKV. “I believe that participation in creative industry competitions helps us increase the visibility of the agency and demonstrates to our staff and clients alike that we take pride in our work.”
Clients Kimpton and Aflac were also thrilled about the result of the contest.
"Their creative reflects the spirit and style of Kimpton hotels and their responsive design expertise has helped improve the mobile Kimpton guest experience,” said Kathleen Reidenbach, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. “We look forward to continued success with the team.”
“We are proud to be recognized for our successful teamwork with BKV,” said Michael Zuna, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Aflac. “These awards confirm that our team is pushing data and creative boundaries in direct marketing. Aflac and BKV will continue to explore innovative ways to help educate both employers and employees about the importance of supplemental insurance.”
BKV was awarded with one platinum and one gold win in the Email Communication category. They also received one platinum and one gold win in the Advertising/Direct Mail category.
For a full list of our award wins, visit our Wikipedia page.