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Polaris Direct Wins 9 NEDMA Awards for Creative Excellence

HOOKSETT, N.H. (September 18, 2019)—Nationally acclaimed direct marketing services and printing company, Polaris Direct proudly accepted 9 awards at the 38th annual New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA) Awards for Creative Excellence.

The NEDMA awards ceremony was held earlier this month at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts, and was attended by several members of the Polaris Direct Team across all departments. Polaris took home a Bronze Award, three Silver Awards, and five Gold Awards for Creative Excellence.

The awards spanned across the categories of Direct Mail: B2C Campaign, Technique: Best Blog Copywriting, Digital: Website – B2B, Digital: Banner Ads, Digital: Social Media – Twitter, Integrated Media Campaign: Self-Promotion, Integrated Media Campaign: Fundraising, and two entries in the category of DM on a Shoestring: Cheap for a Good Cause (pro bono).

Polaris won the Bronze Award for their work with The ALS Association MN/ND/SD Chapter, Community Connectivity; two Silver Awards for their work with Gilda’s Club Twin Cities – Living with Cancer and Living with Cancer Digital Retargeting; two Gold Awards for their work with Bright Health – The Bright Agent Marketplace and Turning 65 Sparkler Postcard; and one Gold Award for their work with Lung Cancer Initiative of NC –Together, We Can Cure Lung Cancer.

The remaining awards were for Polaris Direct internal campaigns – ‘Tis the Season for Looking Back and Moving Forward, Holiday Charitable Giving 2018, and Polaris Direct Twitter.

A panel of direct marketing experts from outside New England judged the entries and determined winners based on submitted entries and objective criteria.

“Thank you to everyone at Polaris for the hard work that you put into these projects,” said Judith Maloy, Director & CEO of Polaris Direct. “This recognition is due to the creative collaboration and team effort that went into producing these award-winning pieces.”


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