consecutive years, Vineyard Graphics won a Silver
from the Suncoast Ad Fed. Our work
on the ARNG Annual Financial
Reports earned us this honor.
winners: 2009 - 2008 -
2007 - 2006 - 2005.
Awards are the world's largest and arguably toughest advertising
competition, with over 60,000 entries annually. The ADDY Awards recognize
all forms of advertising from media of all types, creative by all sizes,
and entrants of all levels from anywhere in the world. The
Advertising Federation, a not-for-profit industry association, conducts the
ADDY Awards through its 200 member advertising clubs and 15 districts. It
is the only creative awards program administered by the advertising
industry for the industry.
The ADDY Awards are unique among other advertising creative competitions
in that it is the only competition that includes three levels of judging:
local, regional, and national/international.
The Amy Awards were
launched in 2002 in honor of the late Amy Bednar, a talented Sarasota
graphic designer and art director who lost a long battle against cancer
several years ago.
The 2006 Army National Guard
Report was the highest scoring
entry in its category, earning us this award. We are honored to receive the recognition.
Summit Creative Award:
Vineyard Graphics is a
winner of a Bronze
Summit Creative Award®. Among the thousands of submissions from twenty-six countries,
our project, The 2004 Army National Guard Annual Financial
Report, scored among the very best.
its twelve-year history,
established itself as one of the
premier arbiters of communication excellence.
Companies and individuals from around the world participate in its
LACP Vision Award:
Our work has also earned a
Vision Award by the League
of American Communications Professionals (LACP) for the design of the
Army National Guard Annual Financial Report.
The 2004 Vision Awards Annual Report
Competition drew an unprecedented number of submissions representing a
broad range of industries and organizational sizes. More than 1,400
entries representing 17 countries were received, so competition was