It’s time to celebrate: Dragonfly received not one but two honors in the latest MarCom Awards.
The awards are an international creative competition honoring outstanding achievement by marketing and communications pros. And out of more than 6,000 entries, Dragonfly came out on top.
We earned the Gold Award in the column writing category for the company blog for Atomic Interactive, a Dayton web design firm. We’ve collaborated with Atomic for years, and each month, we help them share insights on web development, social media, marketing, and more. We love collaborating with them to create great content.
Dragonfly also took home an Honorable Mention for our feature writing skills. Kate Harold’s story on a larger-than-life construction project (involving late-night maneuvers and a rooftop crane) wowed the judges. We wrote the story through Crown Partners for end client TDIndustries; it appeared in employee publication TDSpirit.
We’re proud of our copywriters, trophies or not. But honors like these help remind us we’re doing something right.
To learn more about the MarCom Awards (organized and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals), visit marcomawards.com.
Samantha Enslen runs Dragonfly Editorial.
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