Digital LunchBox Wins 2 Silver Addy Awards

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Digital LunchBox LLC is proud to announce they are the recipients of two Silver Addy Awards for their commercials for The Grand Village & Pamela Kay Critchfield Marketing & PR. These awards were presented at the 32rd Annual Addy Award Banquet in Springfield, MO on February 20, 2010.

The Annual Addy Awards is sponsored by the American Advertising Federation to honor excellence in advertising and cultivate the highest creative standards in the industry. The American Advertising Federation (AAF), headquartered in Washington D.C., celebrated its’ 100th anniversary in 2005 and has a national network of 200 ad clubs. The Addy Judges for the 2010 Regional Awards were Dan Goldgeier with Partners + Napier in Atlanta, Art Haynie, Los Angeles film/tv/commercial director, Brian Wall, freelance copywriter, producer most recently with The Fellers Marketing & Advertising Agency in Oklahoma City and Maria Radloff formerly owner of Holy Click!, recently sold to an IT company in California.

The Grand Village Commercials were produced by Pamela Kay Critchfield, Producer; Josh Williams, Writer/Director; Jesse Christoffersen, Graphics/Animation; Jason Spencer, Director of Photography/Editor.

“It is a pleasure working with such a talented group as Digital LunchBox, their creativity, attention to excellence and full service production capabilities has allowed me to take my clients marketing tools to another level”, says Critchfield. “Not only were these commercials great looking, but most importantly, they brought business to my clients”.

Digital LunchBox has been serving the Springfield/Branson area for over two years. Their goal is to connect brands to their consumers by creating experiences through multimedia content. Their full service team provides the creative concepts, digital HD video production, graphic design, web design, animation, and social media to help their clients tell their stories and evolve their brands.

“We are very proud of the work we’ve done with the Grand Village,” says Josh Williams, Director of Creative Development for Digital LunchBox. “Our producer provided us with a platform to freely use our imagination and creativity in producing what I believe are conceptually strong, very compelling sales tools. We are very happy to receive these awards on behalf of our client.”

Jesse Christoffersen, Digital LunchBox’s Lead Designer of computer and motion graphics, was also credited on several other award winning pieces for the night, including a Silver Dollar City World Fest “Passport” ad.

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