Crosby Marketing Communications won six awards in the 41st Annual Telly Awards. The national competition, which received more than 13,000 entries this year, honors “the most innovative stories being told across all screens,” including work in TV commercials, videos and multimedia productions.
Crosby’s creative programs were recognized with one Gold, four Silver and one Bronze award:
- “Victories for Veterans,” a series of public service announcements produced for DAV (Disabled American Veterans), took the Gold Telly in the Not-for-Profit category. The PSAs celebrate ways disabled veterans overcome hardships and how DAV helps them achieve personal victories.
- Four DAV PSAs telling individual stories of veterans and their victories each won a Silver Telly award in the Public Interest/Awareness category.
- “The Good in You Can Live On. Give the Gift of Life” PSA, produced for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), earned a Bronze Telly in the Public Interest/Awareness category. Using special effects, the PSA tells the upbeat story of a man who gifts his organs to others after he dies, encouraging the public to register as organ donors.
“These award winners are great examples of creative work that is helping our clients tell compelling stories and positively impact people’s lives,” said Crosby President & CEO Raymond Crosby.
Crosby provides integrated advertising, public relations, social media and digital marketing services through specialized practices in Healthcare, Government, Nonprofits & Causes and Military & Veterans. The firm ranks #24 on O’Dwyer’s list of national PR agencies, and is a top provider on the GSA Advertising and Integrated Marketing Services (AIMS) schedule. Crosby’s mission of Inspiring Actions That Matter™ helps clients make a positive impact for individuals, families, communities and society.
Crosby has also been named a Top Workplace by The Washington Post for four consecutive years for achieving outstanding employee engagement, work/life balance, pay and benefits, and company leadership.