Warschawski, a full-service advertising, marketing, digital, public relations, branding, web design, videography and photography, VR/AR, creative and crisis communications agency, announced that it has been named as a national finalist for “U.S. Small Firm of the Year” by PR News. Warschawski was selected from a national pool of applicants based on creativity, innovation and bottom-line efficacy of its integrated marketing campaigns, exceptional year-over-year client growth and retention, and award-winning workplace culture.

This is the 3rd consecutive year Warschawski has been named a finalist and the 11th time overall that the agency has been ranked as one of the Top Agencies in the Country over the past 16 years. The firm has gone on to win top honors 6 out of the 11 times it was named a finalist and was named last year’s winner of the U.S. Small Agency of the Year. Warschawski has also been recognized as one of the top thirty “Best Small Agencies to Work For” in the country for ten consecutive years by the Holmes Report.

Warschawski was selected as a finalist along with twelve other leading marketing communications agencies from across the country, including firms based in California, Florida, Atlanta, New York City, Boston, and Washington DC. The firms chosen as finalists for the “U.S. Small Firm of the Year” award were assessed by a blue-chip panel of corporate, agency, nonprofit and academic executives.

“We were thrilled to win the #1 spot last year and are excited to be recognized again by our peers and industry leaders for the 11th time,” commented David Warschawski, CEO of Warschawski. “This is a direct reflection of who we are and our outstanding culture. We don’t stop once we hit a goal, rather we keep working towards the next goal. We always ask ourselves — How can we do it better and raise the bar each time!”

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