The Memphis Regional Megasite videos we created for the State of Tennessee have received three awards from the 37th Annual Telly awards.
It’s ADDY time again, and here’s what took home the trophies.
“Tennessee Uncharted”—the television show for Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency that shines a light on fascinating people, places and adventures across our state—was awarded first place for a television series by the Association for Conservation Information on July 16 at its annual conference in Flagstaff, Ariz. ACI is a nonprofit association of information and education professionals representing state, federal and Canadian agencies and private conservation organizations.
What better venue than a private hangar at McGhee Tyson Airport for a gala honoring Eddie Mannis, who serves as a commissioner on the Metropolitan Airport Authority Board? Eddie, president of Prestige Cleaners and Prestige Tuxedo, was selected by the Knoxville chapter of the American Marketing Association (KAMA) as its 2015 Outstanding Marketing Professional.
Breaking news! For the first time in Designsensory history, our work is going to be honored at the Volunteer Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America’s V Awards! This is also the first time we’ve entered, so it's very exciting for us.
Updated March 5, 2015
On Saturday, February 28th, several DSers walked across the stage at the Downtown Hilton Hotel in Knoxville to pick up ADDY Awards for the past year's work. In addition to winning recognition for ALL of our entries, DS Strategist Josh Loebner was inducted into the Knoxville Advertising Hall of Fame. Congratulations Josh!
Congratulations to Designsensory’s founders Joseph Nother and Brandon Rochelle for being recognized in the eighth annual edition of the Greater Knoxville Business Journal’s 40 under Forty: The region's Rising Stars!
With an African crested porcupine as a greeter at the Knoxville Zoo venue and the precocious parrot Einstein going through her 200+ paces, the Knoxville American Marketing Association's Honors Awards celebration raised the bar for fun and adventure—and for recognizing the standouts among us. The annual KAMA Honors event pays tribute to an outstanding professional and recognizes KAMA's chapter leaders while raising funds to provide scholarships for exceptional students majoring in marketing at the University of Tennessee.
In early April, the Knoxville Chamber announced 24 finalists for its 2014 Pinnacle Business Awards, which recognizes and celebrates outstanding businesses and businesspeople in the East Tennessee area. Our very own Joseph Nother was nominated for the Young Entrepreneur Award. This award recognizes young professionals, 40 years of age or younger, who started a non-franchise business in East Tennessee and have taken their business from early growth to some maturity.