This is the third year running that I’ve managed to pick up an Aster award for an ad I’ve done. They divide the awards by type of facility and type of submission, and this year’s award was a silver for the following.
Spine Doctor. Enclicken to embiggen.
In the category this ad ran under (hospital 150–299 beds, single newspaper ad), the bronze and gold winners were agency submissions — the bronze coming from none other than Della Femina. It’s nice to know I can compete and hold my own on that level, particularly since I’m not an agency; I’m just me and my interestingly-addled pâté.
I don’t think I’ve mentioned the last couple years before, so why not. Each of these also picked up silvers in 2008 and 2007, respectively. I have yet to reach the gold, but hey, I’m not that picky.
Women’s Health Fair.
Getting Through the Holidays.
Of course it’s already rewarding to be doing this kind of work for a nonprofit, since everything we make beyond operating costs goes right back into service. That’s a positive boon to the community, and considerably more desirable than pumping money into some shareholder accounts someplace. Nevertheless, it’s also nice to be recognized as being not too shabby in my field as well.
EDIT: I should add that Dr. Sullivan liked his ad so much that he got it printed poster-sized to hang on the wall in his waiting room.
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