BALTIMORE, April 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In three short words Planit cleaned up. The 38th Annual American Advertising Federation of Baltimore ADDY® awards, held Thursday, April 12, 2012, favored one agency over all others: Planit. On the heels of being recognized by AdAge as a Small Agency of the Year, Planit's Best of Show ADDY continues to solidify the Baltimore-based company as the region's premier marketing and communications agency.
"To be recognized as Best of Show by the largest advertising organization in the region is a true honor," stated Matt Doud, president of Planit. "Frankly, my team kicks butt. Period. For ourselves, but just as importantly for our clients. This is just further proof of that."
The 18-year-old firm joined more than 20 other agencies at the Sheraton Hotel in Towson on Thursday for the 38th Annual American Advertising Federation of Baltimore awards showcase. Among Planit's 24 awards received was the prestigious Best of Show award for their Gilgal/Yarden Wines multimedia campaign. Other Gold ADDY awards received include work done for Def Jam, Double Positive, Har-Tru Sports, Fila, United Way, Luck Companies, and Planit's own holiday social media campaign.
This annual event invites area advertising professionals to compete in a variety of categories awarding creative excellence, continuing the organization's mission to promote and raise awareness for the regional advertising community. For more information on the American Advertising Federation of Baltimore visit www.baltimoreadvertising.com
We're Planit. The agency hell-bent on doing whatever it takes to deliver breakthrough communications and bottom line–driven results for our clients. Whether that's through digital media, non-digital media, PR, social, strategic planning, or the "next big thing"—if it isn't both creative and smart, we're not doing our job. That's why clients including Under Armour, Marriott, New Horizons, McCormick, Def Jam, Fila, and Medifast continue to trust Planit. And it's why Advertising Age recently named us the Southeast's Small Agency of the Year.