Monday, February 17, 2014

Hornsby Brand Design’s Creativity Recognized with Five Awards

Hornsby Brand Design was awarded five regional Addy awards presented by the Knoxville Chapter of the American Advertising Federation at The Foundry in Knoxville on Sat. night, Feb. 15, 2014. They were given in recognition of Hornsby Brand Design’s creative work for the Knoxville Area Transit, Radian, Arkis BioSciences, the Memphis MPO, and Homes of Love. More than 250 people were in attendance with more than 300 entries competing.

Hornsby Brand Design president, Chris Hornsby, said, “We always strive to offer the very best service and innovative solutions to our clients. The awards are an added bonus to that end. We greatly appreciate the recognition by our peers for our creative efforts.”

The Addy Awards ceremony is the premier event held annually by the Knoxville Chapter of the American Advertising Federation (a business organization comprised of leading advertising and marketing professionals), recognizing excellence in creativity in all media.

Hornsby Brand Design specializes in building charismatic brands by mixing the magic of creativity with the logic of business strategy. Hornsby Brand Design has garnered more than 100 local and international awards for creative/strategic solutions in print, web development and broadcast, along with being published in Print and How magazines' prestigious design annuals. A few of the regional, national and international organizations Hornsby Brand Design has served are the Knoxville Area Transit, American Cancer Society, Regal Entertainment Group, Jewelry Television and the Brunswick Boat Group. Services Hornsby Brand Design offers include brand identity and development, advertising, graphic design, and complete web development and consultation.

Memphis MPO Video Series Launched

Hornsby Brand Design is proud to announce the production and launch of a 3-minute, educational video of Memphis MPO, which offers the why and how the Memphis MPO exists and casts a vision for the region's economic and ecologic growth.

Additionally, Hornsby Brand Design produced three, 3-minute Livability video series, featuring six regional mayors. The mayors include Memphis Mayor AC Wharton, Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell, Mayor Goldsworthy of Germantown (TN), DeSoto County (MS) Supervisor Mark Gardner, Bartlett (TN) Mayor Keith McDonald, and Fayette County (TN) Mayor Skip Taylor. All four videos were translated for the Hispanic community.

Set to music with panoramic views, the videos tell the story of the Memphis MPO, discussing purpose, vision, ongoing projects, and the partnerships with area officials and other transportation-related government entities.

View the videos here.