Roanoke, VA - March 2018
Two ADDY awards were presented to B2C Enterprises on Saturday, February 24th at the Western Virginia Division of the American Advertising Federation ceremony, also known as the ADDYs. The event was held at Charter Hall in the historic City Market Building in downtown Roanoke. It is the industry's largest competition and is built to recognize the creative spirit of excellence in the art of advertising.
"We work in marketing in order to achieve our clients' end goals," said Bruce C. Bryan, President of B2C Enterprises. "When it aligns that our creative products accomplish what they set out to do and are acknowledged by industry professionals it is extremely rewarding. I'm so proud of our Creative Director, Aaron Kelderhouse, and his team and I'm glad they are getting the recognition they so richly deserve."
Judges awarded B2C Enterprises a Gold Award for its 2017 poster design for internationally-recognized rock band Widespread Panic. The full-service marketing and advertising agency also received a Silver Award for its 2017 website design for Hylaine, a Charlotte-based company specializing in technology solutions, application development, and quality assurance.
"One of the greatest thing that keeps the creative process fresh in our industry is that every project is a partnership of need and talent, and the need changes constantly. Sometimes the need and talent line up just perfectly, and that's when stand-out work is produced," said Aaron Kelderhouse. "It might sound trite, but I will always be thankful for the clients that give us the opportunity to flex those creative muscles, the work literally wouldn't exist without them."
This year's recognitions mark the ninth and tenth ADDY awards won by B2C for their creative efforts. Previous winnings include awards for radio and television commercials, poster campaigns, and print advertisements. To learn more about B2C Enterprises and the services they provide, visit www.b2cEnterprises.com.