While our first goal always is to win campaigns for our clients, we must confess that we like to win awards for our hard work.
A.H. Strategies and Majority Designs won 3 Pollies for direct-mail advertising at the award ceremony in Washington, D.C., recently, described as “The Oscars of Political Advertising.”
Most notable was the Silver Pollie for biographical mail pieces in the campaign of state Senator David Holt. The mailers were large foldouts that told Holt’s personal story, winning first place in the category “Direct Mail in a Republican State Legislative Primary Campaign.”
Our team also won a Silver Pollie for a “Get Out the Vote” mailer in the Tulsa School bond election, and a Bronze Pollie for the independent expenditure direct mailer done in the defeat of incumbent Democrat Rep. Dennis Bailey. The latter mail piece exploited Bailey’s vote against displaying the Ten Commandments at the state Capitol, and helped elect the first Republican ever to hold that particular seat in Little Dixie.
“These national awards are significant because they celebrate the creative work of our team, which we believe to be among the best in the country,” said Trebor Worthen, managing partner of Majority Designs. “We are thankful for clients who allow us the flexibility to design the kind of campaign materials that win awards, but more importantly, win campaigns.”
These latest awards continue the winning tradition at A.H. Strategies and Majority Designs, now home to almost 10 national awards for direct mail, television, and other forms of advertising.