05.13.2016

The Company Had a Ball at the 30th Annual AMA Houston Crystal Awards

Houston, Texas – The 30th Annual AMA Houston Crystal Awards took place at the Hilton-Americas in downtown Houston on May 12, 2016. As the Waste Management Bin-to-Bin Campaign continues to sweep up awards, it’s clear that “talking trash” is definitely one of The Company’s strong suits.

 

This year, hundreds of advertising and marketing gurus came together to celebrate the best and brightest in Houston marketing. As a multi-finalist, The Company was honored to take home a Crystal Award for Best TV Campaign, awarded for the Waste Management Bin-to-Bin Campaign.

 

“In 2015, many companies faced new and unexpected challenges including navigating the ever-changing marketing landscape and adapting to the now tech-centric world,” said The Company President, Scott Brown. “To offset these challenges, The Company focuses on producing creative that not only raises awareness for brands, but drives actual business results.”

 

This results-oriented approach was also seen in the work recognized at the Crystal Awards, which was described by Crystal Awards Co-Chairs as a testament to “the willingness of Houston’s marketers to lay it all on the line in the name of results.”

 

Brown adds, “We are continually challenged and excited about the work we do on behalf of our clients. The Company is very grateful for this award and to be recognized amongst the most respected agencies in Houston.”

 

For a full list of finalists and winners in the 2016 AMA Houston Crystal Awards, visit crystalawards.org.

 

About AMA

The Houston Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) has been serving marketing professionals for over 50 years, organized as the Houston Business Forum in 1949 and affiliated with the AMA effective July 1, 1954.

AMA Houston is the area’s premier professional marketing organization and is currently the nation’s largest AMA chapter. AMA Houston provides marketers the ability to remain competitive in today’s business environment through education, special interest groups and networking events.

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