Annapolis Marketing Firm Receives Six Esteemed Hermes Creative Awards

August 29, 2018

Liquified Creative, an Annapolis-based marketing & advertising agency specializing in branding, creative design, and digital communications is this year’s honored recipient of six (two Platinum and four Gold) Hermes Creative Awards. The Hermes Creative Awards honor the messengers and creators of traditional and emerging media. This international competition recognizes creative professionals engaged in the concept, writing, and design of traditional collateral materials, exceptional marketing and communication programs, and emerging technologies.
Liquified Creative was recognized with the following six prestigious annual awards:
PLATINUM Award – Potter Burnett Law Website Overall – Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Website Overall | Professional Service
PLATINUM Award – Maryland Quality Initiative “25 Years of Building Quality” – Print Media | Publications | Book
GOLD Award – Potter Burnett Law Ad Campaign – Print Media | Advertising | Advertising Campaign
GOLD Award – Hyper Bicycles Website Overall – Electronic Media / Social Media / Interactive Media | Website Overall | 103. Product
GOLD Award – Chesapeake BaySavers Legislative Summit – Pro Bono
GOLD Award – Anne Arundel Medical Center Denim & Diamonds Website – Pro Bono
“We’re thankful to our clients for partnering and collaborating with us toward continually producing award-winning work,” said Shawn Noratel, founding Principal/Creative Director. “We’re different by design. Brands are living and breathing entities that need to be constantly energized with consistent and memorable messaging.”
“Just being flashy or creative won’t cut it,” says John Corsaut, Agency Principal/Marketing Director. “Marketing isn’t just one thing. It’s everything. What you say and, more importantly, how you say it needs to resonate with the market you are trying to engage.”

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