CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J., July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Full-service advertising and PR agency Brushfire, Inc., which has garnered many industry accolades over the course of its illustrious 50-year history now has two more trophies in its showcase. Last night, the company walked away with two top prizes at the Telly Awards, which honor the very best in broadcast and online productions.
The agency's humorous 30-second spot for the New Jersey Lottery, "X, the Money," earned a Bronze Telly in the Regional TV and Multi-Market Cable category.
"The Best Teacher," a heartfelt tribute to shared craftsmanship made in partnership with longtime client Minwax won the agency a Bronze Telly in the Online Commercial category.
"While the hardware is nice, the real win is in the quality of the work and the innovative spirit of our creative team. They never settle for anything less than perfect," said Brushfire President Jill Draper. "We've been around a long time and our team remains relentlessly committed to pursuing brilliant campaigns that bring value to our clients at every turn. Every day is a new opportunity to build a brand."
Brushfire, acquired in January by data-driven direct marketing strategy firm Marketsmith, Inc. and positioned along with it and another sister company, programmatic media platform i.Predictus, under the umbrella The Marketplace, is gearing up for greater things.
"There's a sense that our best days are firmly ahead of us," said Brushfire Executive Creative Director Larry Durst. "In the immortal words of Bachman Turner Overdrive, 'You ain't seen nothin' yet.'"
About Brushfire: Brushfire, Inc. is an award-winning, performance-driven, full-service advertising, branding and public relations agency with a storied past and its fingers on the pulse of the present and future. It is now one of the companies of The Marketplace in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey.
SOURCE Brushfire, Inc.