Trademark Films Wins Two Addy Awards

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TradeMark Films wins silver and gold from the Advertising Federation of Southwest Florida in its annual advertising competition for television commercials produced for the The Ronto Group.

TradeMark Films is pleased to announce winning two ADDY awards in the local competition here in Southwest Florida. Productions of “Habits” and “Country Club Hell”, campaigns for The Ronto Group, Bonita Springs, FL, a premier developer in the Southwest Florida, have been honored with this award.

Sponsored by the AAF, the ADDY® Awards honor excellence in advertising and cultivate the highest creative standards in the industry. With 60,000 entries, the ADDY® Awards are the nation's largest advertising competition. Each year the competition begins at the local level with the 210 AAF member clubs around the country. Entries must first be submitted in a local competition to be eligible for the ADDY® process. The local winners proceed to 14 regional competitions, and those winners proceed to the national finals.

About TradeMark Films:

TradeMark Films is a partnership of creative talents representing years of experience in the areas of: Production, Television, Professional Photography, Print, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, and radio. Over the past five years Director/Producer Mark Meyers credits include: A successful television series on CBS, a Super Bowl XXXVIII commercial that was ranked number 6, as well as successful television advertisements for well known companies such as: Nextel, Nike, Coca-Cola, 7-Up, Sprint, Ford, Toyota, Radio Shack, Washington Mutual Bank, Ping Golf, Publix Supermarkets, Dominos Pizza, Centex Homes, and many more.

TradeMark Films specializes in the production of television commercials, television programs, corporate video and film.

To learn more about TradeMark Films, and to view our reel, visit http://www.trademarkfilms.net.

Contact:

Mark Meyers

TradeMark Films

310-866-0031

239-693-9898

http://www.trademarkfilms.net

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