BiggsGilmore Wins Web Awards

January 7, 2004
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KALAMAZOO — Biggs/Gilmore Communications received eight awards for interactive work in 2003 in international and national competitions.

The agency earned three awards in the 2003 International Web Page Awards competition, which is the world’s largest forum of Web designers and graphic artists that recognizes creativity on the Internet. Competing against entries from 26 countries, these Web sites were recognized for their graphic design, content, and programming. Three awards also were earned by Biggs/Gilmore in the National Agricultural Marketing Association (NAMA) competition, which honors the best work in agricultural creative marketing communications. The firm won two awards in the WebAward Competition. This competition is conducted by the Web Marketing Association, an independent volunteer organization founded to evaluate, recognize and improve the standard of excellence on the Web.

Biggs/Gilmore recently received the following awards:

Certificate of Creative Achievement — International Web Page Awards, Greater Kalamazoo United Way, KalamazooUnitedWay.org

Certificate of Creative Achievement — International Web Page Awards, Maxum Boats Web site, maxumboats.com

Certificate of Creative Achievement — International Web Page Awards, Biggs/Gilmore Web site, biggs-gilmore.com

First National NAMA — National Agricultural Marketing Association, Pharmacia Animal Health Web site, pharmaciaAH.com

First Regional NAMA — National Agricultural Marketing Association, Nu-Gro Technologies Web invitation.

Merit Regional NAMA — National Agricultural Marketing Association, Pharmacia Animal Health Web site, pharmaciaAH.com

Outstanding Web site — WebAward Competition, Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo Web site, kazooart.org

Standard of Excellence — WebAward Competition, Biggs/Gilmore Web site, biggs-gilmore.com

“It’s truly an honor to receive multiple awards for our interactive work. This recognition further validates our mission to create and implement ideas that change our clients’ business,” said Andy Gould, vice president, creative director at Biggs/Gilmore.    

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