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919 Marketing Company Wins Three Telly Awards

by | Aug 16, 2018

919 Marketing Company, a national content marketing agency in Raleigh, N.C., has won three coveted Telly Awards for exemplary use of video in a prestigious competition against top production companies, ad agencies and TV stations throughout the world. This is 919 Marketing’s fourth Telly Award in the past two years, solidifying the firm as a leader in creating powerful, impactful videos for clients.

This year, 919 Marketing received the Silver Telly Award in the General Institutional/ Corporate Image category for a video created for Window World, America’s largest replacement window and exterior remodeling company. Window World proudly supports the Veterans Airlift Command in providing air transportation to wounded warriors and their families. This award-winning video documented one of more than 100 missions.

919 Marketing Company also won a Bronze Telly Award in the General Not-For-Profit category for its work with the NC 529 Plan, North Carolina’s National College Savings Program. The award-winning commercial alerted North Carolinians to the benefits of investing in a college savings plan. This impactful advertisement can be seen here. The company won its third Telly Award for a video about a client in the senior care services industry.

Last year, 919 Marketing also won a Telly Award for a video about an in-home senior care client.

“We are ecstatic to have been the recipient of three prestigious Telly Awards and now four in the past two years,” says David Chapman, CEO of 919 Marketing Company. “We are honored to have been recognized for our ability to communicate authentic and emotional brand stories for our national roster of clients. Our in-house video team has incredible talent as evidenced by our trophy collection, but what really sets them apart is an insatiable desire to help our clients discover their unique brand message and engage and inspire their customers.”

“919 Marketing has been an excellent partner, and their videos have told our company story in an emotional and compelling way,” says Tammy Whitworth, CEO of Window World. “Their team is professional and highly motivated, and they made everyone feel comfortable and at ease with all the lights, cameras and action.”

“This is a first video award of such magnitude for the NC 529 Plan, and we are honored and thrilled about the recognition,” says Laura Morgan, Vice President of Communications, Savings and Legal Affairs at College Foundation, Inc. “919 brought great ideas to the table and we are using more video to encourage North Carolinians to invest in an NC 529 plan for their children’s education.”

“It is exciting to see how perfectly this year’s winners capture the innovation and energy of the rapidly changing video and television industry that we rebuilt the Telly Awards to recognize,” said Telly’s managing director Sabrina Dridje. “They are an exciting culmination to an ambitious year-long effort that has re-established the Telly Awards as a trusted benchmark for the industry.”

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