The agency’s award-winning creative team was recognized in the retail and food and beverage categories.
CHARLESTON, S.C., August 16, 2023 – Brandon, a highly acclaimed marketing agency in the Southeast, received recognition for several projects as part of the 2024 Graphis Poster competition. The annual award show represents the nation’s best poster work. Winning entries are selected by the Graphis Institute Advisory Board.
“The Graphis awards are meaningful because they not only speak to the talent of our creative team, but they also showcase our passion for visually conveying our clients’ messaging in the most captivating way possible,” said Scott Brandon, chief executive officer at Brandon.
The Black Insomnia Coffee Company’s print ad series was recognized with multiple awards including two Silver awards and two merits for individual entries. “The Art of” campaign for Guy Harvey received several awards including multiple honorable mentions. “It’s great to see our team, our agency and our client’s work recognized like this for creative excellence on a national stage,” said Stephen Childress, chief creative officer at Brandon.
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Brandon is a data-driven, digitally centric, integrated marketing agency. By turning data into weapons, the agency delivers on its mission to connect data-driven insights with creative ideas that help companies grow. As one of only 24 certified and accredited brand strategy agencies in the United States, Brandon is composed of smart, business-minded, results-obsessed experts. The agency has powered successful programs and campaigns for hundreds of national brands in a variety of industries, offering deep expertise in the B2B, healthcare, financial services, telecom, outdoor lifestyle, lifestyle apparel, travel & tourism, consumer packaged goods, real estate, utilities and health & fitness categories. Consistently recognized as one of the Best Places to Work, the agency operates virtually and via home offices in Charleston, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Orlando, Fla.; and Sofia, Bulgaria.