Real Art Design Group Wins Gold at Local Hermes Event
DAYTON, OH (February 22, 2010)—While much of the nation watched the Vancouver Olympic Games, Real Art Design Group earned their own gold awards at the annual Hermes Awards event, sponsored by the Greater Dayton Advertising Association.
The first of a three-tier, national competition conducted by the American Advertising Federation, the 2010 Hermes Awards took place Saturday, February 20, at the Dayton Masonic Center. The event showcased 410 entries submitted by 41 local agencies and organizations.
“It’s a great opportunity to see what’s being produced by all the local talent,” said Chris Wire, owner of Real Art Design Group.
Winning more statues than they have at any past Hermes event, Real Art earned 9 Gold Addy awards, 11 Silver Addy awards, 9 Bronze Addy awards and 2 Judge’s Awards for their submissions.
Project—Arkansas Children’s Hospital Annual Report
Project—Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association Flip Books
Project—Children’s Medical Center of Dayton TV Spots
Category—Television, over $1,000
Project—Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association Recruitment Website
Category—Interactive MediaProject—Real Art Design Group GroBot Website
Category—Advertising Industry Self-Promotion
Project—Real Art Design Group Promo Reel
Category—Elements of Advertising
Project—VTech Electronics Website Redesign
Project—Wright State University Day of Innovation
Category—Non-Traditional Advertising Campaign
Project—Wunderman/Ford F-150 Raptor Microsite
The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Annual Report and Real Art Design Group’s GroBot Website also earned Real Art two Judges Awards.
“We were thrilled to receive so many Hermes Heads,” said Wire. “We spent a lot of time on these projects, so it was nice to hear other people appreciated the work and talent that went into them too.”
Learn more about the Hermes Awards at www.greaterdaytonadassociation.org.