John Mason International Movers, has won three accolades at this year’s Hermes Creative Awards for its advertising campaigns.
This hat trick of awards includes a platinum award in the ‘Guerrilla Marketing’ category for its Angel of the North Australia Day stunt; platinum award in the ‘Content Campaign’ category for its Iain Lee video campaign; and a gold award in the ‘PR Campaign’ category for its ‘Kids’ Views of the World’ campaign.
The Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition that recognises the work of creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional materials, marketing and communication programmes and emerging technologies.
Simon Hood, Sales and Marketing Director at John Mason International said, “We’re thrilled to have won multiple Hermes awards for the second year in a row. We’ve been working hard throughout the year to create engaging and unique campaigns to inform and advise our customers about the services we provide and these awards are a nice recognition of our efforts.”
Gareth Miller, Managing Director at Carswell Gould, John Mason International’s marketing agency said, “We’re delighted to be able to help John Mason International Movers spread the word about why its business is so special. Winning these awards is a brilliant recognition from the industry for the strength of these campaigns and the impact they have delivered.”
John Mason International Movers beat off competition from major marketing powerhouses to top this year’s awards, including DELL, Deloitte, Fedex, Hilton, Pepsico and UPS. The firm was also in company with fellow winners like National Geographic, Reuters and WeTransfer that also received platinum awards.
Photo: Simon Hood