NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The prestigious Multicultural Media Luncheon, an authorized event held during the North American International Auto Show, awarded Walton Isaacson Co-Founder Aaron Walton the Lifetime Achievement Award at its 9th annual Multicultural Media Luncheon held January 17 in Detroit during Auto Show Press Week.
In addition, the agency's Executive Producer Shauna Williams, one of very few Black women to ever executive produce a Super Bowl spot, won the year's Multicultural Marketing Award for Lexus' "Long Live the King" campaign while the agency's "Long Live the King" Superbowl spot for Lexus won Multicultural TV Commercial of the Year.
"Long Live the King" work also was a finalist for Digital Media Campaign of the Year.
A panel of automotive journalists and bloggers nominated candidates for each of the awards. The nominations were then voted on by business professionals from outside of the auto industry. This NAIAS authorized program was created and executive produced by The Ajamu Group CEO/Founder, Cheryl Parks Ajamu.
This year's keynote speaker was Loni Love, from The Real daily talk show. Prior to her career in the entertainment industry, Love was an Electrical Engineer in the automotive industry.
About Walton Isaacson
Walton Isaacson was founded in 2005 by marketing innovators Aaron Walton, Cory Isaacson and partner Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Walton Isaacson (WI) provides strategic and creative solutions to some of the world's largest and most aggressive brand marketers. This innovative agency model marries award-winning, full-service advertising, digital and social capabilities across multiple disciplines, providing value and efficiency to partners. WI's marketing specializations include Sports, Lifestyle, Entertainment, Experiential and Branded Content, as well as cultural expertise across General Market, Black, Hispanic and LGBT consumer segments. WI is headquartered in Chicago and Los Angeles, with additional offices in Dallas, New York and Miami. For more information on Walton Isaacson, please visit www.waltonisaacson.com.
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