Giant Colon, Comedian, Aircraft Hanger Party and Extreme Web Makeovers
A comedian hosting a tour of an interactive model of the human colon, a Florida and Maryland themed party held in an aircraft Hangar in Maine, and extreme web makeovers for a 75 year old theatrical institution and an oil delivery business, were the catalysts behind a Portland agency's Golden Arrow Success.
The Golden Arrows, organized by the Maine Public Relation’s Council, recognizes high quality of communications produced in Maine. This year the Public Relations Guild of America’s Richmond, Virginia, chapter judged the awards.
Burgess received Gold Awards for Communications Campaign, special events and technology.
The Communications Campaign was for the agency's client the Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Program. This was a media and public awareness campaign which included a mini-tour of Maine by CoCo the Colossal Colon, a 40 foot long, 4 foot tall, 3,500 lb. interactive replica of the human colon, hosted by with well-known Maine Comedian Tim Sample.
A launch party the agency created for its client The Portland International Jet Port won the Gold for special event of the year. This was a Florida and Maryland themed party held in an aircraft hanger which featured food, drink and entertainment from both states to introduce AirTran’s direct services from Portland, Maine, to Baltimore and Orlando
In the Technology category, Burgess won Gold for redesigning and re-branding the Ogunquit Playhouse’s website to reflect its rich history in its 75th anniversary year.
It also won the silver in the Technology awards for the redesign of the Dead River Company’s eight-year-old web site to position the company as customer-focused experts in home heating fuel.
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