Innis Maggiore Earns Seven Advertising Awards

CANTON, Ohio – Innis Maggiore, earned seven honors at the Akron-Canton American Advertising Awards, including a Gold Award for its work in the Paul Brown display at the Massillon Museum.

Innis Maggiore was also recognized for its work on Arnold Funeral Homes’ funeral preplanning services campaign, the Canton Museum of Art’s Dancing in the Light exhibit campaign, Encino Energy’s values kit, Hazmatpac’s logo, Radio Frequency Systems’ DragonSkin website and the Stark Area Regional Transit Authority’s Rider Thank You campaign.

“It’s great to see such amazing work created in northeast Ohio,” said creative director Lee-Ann DeMeo in a statement. “It’s humbling to be recognized for the creative work we do to help differentiate our clients.”

Added art director Alicia Jordan: “We’re fortunate to be able to collaborate with our clients to bring great ideas to life. And when those ideas win awards against some tough competition, it’s even better.”

The full-service integrated agency had 2020 capitalized billings of $24 million. Key clients include Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods, Gojo Industries, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. and Midwest Industrial Supply.

Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.