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Wynn receives gold for excellenance award

Posted: Friday, February 20, 2015

Brett Wynn, sales representative for Newton Manufacturing Company, North Manchester, received a Gold Image Award at the 2015 Image Awards Competition sponsored by Promotional Products Association International (PPAI). Forty-one gold, silver and bronze winners were recognized at the PPAI Awards Presentation & Reception held January 13, 2015 at the House of Blues in conjunction with the PPAI Expo in Las Vegas.

Winners of PPAI Image Awards are recognized for creative, insightful and effective branding activities that promote their own company’s identity, products and services to their customers and prospects. The award-winning campaigns feature the effective use of promotional products, packaging and copywriting to deliver powerful brand messaging. These winners were selected by a panel of industry professionals and independent, outside marketing and advertising professionals.

Wynn received the award for an interactive, direct mail campaign that targeted current and prospective clients who will resonate with promotional products and take action to understand, purchase and promote his products and services. He hyped and promoted the contest by face-to-face contact, email, Twitter and the direct mail kit.

“Brett Wynn’s creative marketing has delivered an outstanding brand experience,” said Paul Bellantone, CAE, president and CEO at PPAI. “I am proud of the fact that promotional product companies work to deliver the same outstanding creativity of messaging in their own marketing as they do on behalf of their clients.”

After winning the award, Wynn commented, “I am very blessed; all good things come from God.”

For more information, please visit www.originalpromotions.com and www.linkedin.com/in/brettwynn.

Shown in the photograph at left, from left are Kevin Peska, senior manager, Western Region; Brett Wynn, sales representative and Molly Beavers, senior marketing manager. The photo at right shows Brett Wynn, left, and Paul Bellantone, president and CEO of PPAI.