LMO Advertising, the largest advertising agency in metropolitan Washington, received DC Inno’s “50 on Fire” award on Dec. 10. Winners were honored during an awards celebration at The Howard Theatre in D.C.
LMO, stated a release, was recognized as one of the most prominent companies in D.C.’s marketing and advertising industry, having grown from a 14-person advertising agency to a 110+ power house of ideas and creativity. In 2015 alone, LMO added a new data analytics arm, LMODQ; opened a Device Lab; hired an intern thought Snapchat; and remained at the top of the Washington Business Journal’s list of advertising agencies for the fourth consecutive year.
The “50 on Fire” award is geared toward inventors, disrupters, luminaries and newsmakers across D.C.’s top industries. More than 1,000 entries were submitted for the 2015 awards and LMO was one of only six winners chosen in the marketing and advertising category.
“It is an honor to be recognized as an innovator in our industry,” said Chris Laughlin, president and CEO of LMO Advertising, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, “By continually improving upon the way we work and the tools we use, while also emphasizing creativity, we are able deliver the best results possible for our clients.”
In photo: (L to R): Kendria Perry, group account director; Alix Montes, account executive; and, Sherri Green, director of marketing.