Allentown, Pennsylvania May 7, 2013 – Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown has advanced to the American Advertising Federation’s National ADDY awards competition after winning a silver ADDY award in the regional competition in the best promotion sales display category.
The ADDY Awards Competition is a three-tiered national competition conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation. It is the advertising industry’s largest and most representative competition for creative excellence and recognizes the best advertising in a variety of categories, including interactive media, television, newspaper, public service, consumer magazine and sales promotion.
In March, Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown received a gold ADDY award from its local American Advertising Federation (AAF) – Greater Lehigh Valley Chapter and was automatically entered in the regional competition. At the regional level, Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown competed against others from New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, District of Columbia and was honored with a silver ADDY award.
Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown entered a project they completed for a local restaurant to drive walk-in and to-go business in the ADDY awards competition. A 20-foot beer cooler was wrapped with graphics that blended the atmosphere of the space while promoting both the client and sales product.
“It is an honor to be recognized at regional level of the ADDY Awards Competition and to have received a silver ADDY award, beating top notch graphic design and advertising companies,” says Stephen Cunic, continuous improvement manager at Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown. “This achievement shows we are more than just a sign business.”
Winners of the American Advertising Federation’s National ADDY awards competition will be announced at the 2013 ADDY® Awards Show during ADMERICA!, its national conference, in Phoenix, Arizona in June.
For more details about Signs By Tomorrow of Allentown, please visit www.signsbytomorrow.com/allentown/ or stop by the company’s new, larger location at 5925 Tilghman Street.