Manville, NJ, November 22, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Galvanek & Wahl Advertising Agency’s website recently was honored in the 37th Annual Creativity Awards for its cutting edge design. The Annual Creativity Awards is an international advertising and graphic design competition that recognizes the most creative and innovative work submitted by Ad agencies, publishers, graphic designers, photographers, freelance designers, illustrators, producers, directors, web designers and corporate art departments.
G&W’s website impressed the judges of this year’s competition by featuring sophisticated flash animation as well as a myriad of information on the agency’s work and clients. The website (www.gwadagency.com) highlights G&W’s impressive portfolio such as their branding work with BNY Mortgage and their video work with BMSfilms, for Bristol Myers Squibb.
Partner and CEO of G&W, Paxton Galvanek, has said of the win, “Our website is the face of our company, it truly represents our commitment to creativity and innovation; a commitment that we extend to all of our clients and projects.”
G&W is a full service advertising agency based out of Manville, NJ, which focuses on branding, web design, print, direct mail, TV, radio, and promotions. Some of G&W’s recent clients include Johnson & Johnson, BNY Mortgage, and Bristol Myers Squibb. Most recently, G&W has agreed to do pro-bono work for the American Cancer Educational Services (ACES) organization by providing them with a redesign of the ACES website (www.focusoncancer.org) and several awareness campaigns related to cancer diagnosis and treatment.
The Creativity Awards is one of the longest running international advertising and graphic design competitions which honors entries in several categories including Print, Publications, Packaging, New Media, TV, Radio, and Web. Winners are published in Creativity Awards Annual, a 400 page book which showcases the latest in leading edge design.
If you would like more information on G&W and their award-winning work, please visit www.gwadagency.com.