Crosby Marketing Communications has won four 2016 Telly Awards. The national competition honors the finest film and video productions, commercials and programs for TV and the Web. It typically receives 13,000 entries annually.

Crosby received Tellys for these client programs:

  • “ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Video: The Simple Choice” in the Non-Broadcast Productions – Information category. The animated video was produced for the Environmental Protection Agency’s Partner of the Year event, which honors the 16,000 ENERGY STAR partner organizations that protect the environment through superior energy efficiency.
  • “Promise”, a 60-second TV spot in the Public Service category created for DAV (Disabled American Veterans). The spot features real combat footage and urges Americans to help veterans get the benefits and services they earned.
  • “Made Possible” TV PSAs in the PSA Campaign category. The three spots were created for the Health Resources and Services Administration, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. They featured teens whose active lives were made possible by organ donation, and encouraged viewers to register as donors.
  • “Hungry Pests” online videos in the Social Issues category. Produced for the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services, the five videos teach people how to avoid spreading invasive species and feature Vin Vasive, a creepy insect-man developed by Crosby.

“These awards are a further validation of the great work we do with our clients,” said Crosby President Raymond Crosby. “We’re proud to create effective communications that positively impact people’s lives and contribute to the greater good.”

Crosby, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, provides integrated advertising, public relations, social media and digital marketing services through specialized practices in Healthcare, Government, and Nonprofits & Causes. The firm currently ranks #39 on O’Dwyer’s list of largest PR firms and is a top provider on the GSA Advertising and Integrated Marketing Services (AIMS) schedule. Crosby’s mission of Inspiring Actions That Matter™ helps clients make a positive impact for individuals, families, communities and society. To learn more, visit www.crosbymarketing.com .

Crosby staff who participated in the winning Telly Award programs: (l-r) Tammy Ebaugh, executive vice president; Madeline Beck, integration director; Elise Kolaja, creative director; Ron Ordansa, creative director; Joel Machak, executive creative director; Matt Kaler, senior visual designer; Katie Kattermann, senior integration manager; and Renee Tilton, senior integration/PR manager.

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