The Barber Shop Marketing Scores at 2020 Addy Awards in Dallas

by | Mar 9, 2020

The Barber Shop Marketing, named by Dallas Business Journal as one of the Top 25 Marketing and Advertising Agencies in Dallas/Fort Worth in 2019, was presented with the Bronze ADDY Award for their television campaign on behalf of their client Baker Brothers.  at the 58th annual Dallas American Advertising Federation (AAF) ADDY awards.

“Our clients expect and deserve thoughtful and creative direction in their campaigns. Baker Brothers tasked us to impress upon local television audiences that they are the best and most trusted plumbing, HVAC, and electrical contractor in the DFW area. With ‘Clog Fight’, we used the everyday household inconvenience of a clogged drain to demonstrate the trust, quality, and care Baker Brothers delivers to their consumers with some lighthearted humor. That is what makes them such a fun client to collaborate with,” said Amy Hall, president of The Barber Shop Marketing.

For the ADDY Awards, top agencies in and around Dallas, Texas submitted more than hundreds of entries which were judged by four of the top Creative Directors from around the U.S.

With this new award in its mantle, The Barber Shop Marketing boasts a record-breaking tenure in awards and business growth. In 2019, The Barber Shop Marketing was honored with prestigious awards such as the coveted Best In Show Award for Integrated Campaign Promotional/Branding for the Cottonwood Art Festival 50th Anniversary by the International Davey Awards, the leading awards competition specifically for smaller agencies as well as a silver Davey award for their Website promoting Mountain Time Ski Expo.

The Texas Festival & Events Association awarded eight prestigious Kaliff Zenith Marketing Awards for advertising campaign and components supporting the 2019 Cottonwood Art Festival and Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival– both produced by the City of Richardson Parks & Recreation in Richardson, Texas. The Barber Shop Marketing creative team received five gold awards, two silver awards and one bronze award for their innovative campaigns and components

The International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) also awarded The Barber Shop Marketing with four prestigious IFEA/Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards for the advertising campaign and components supporting the 2019 Cottonwood Art Festival and Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival.

In addition to the creative for festivals in Richardson, Texas, The Barber Shop Marketing was awarded the Town of Addison Special Events contract, expanding the agency’s scope of ticketed events to include Taste Addison, Kaboom Town, Oktoberfest and Addison After Dark.

Hall said, “We are committed to the overall success of each of our clients. To be recognized by industry peers is the icing on the cake.”

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