Not only have we created an online magazine that is building an engaged audience, but the project is achieving its search and business objectives for the brand.
Greensboro, NC (Vocus) April 30, 2010
FourSeasonsMagazine.com, developed by Pace Communications for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, was recently recognized by Min Online’s Best of the Web Awards. The site received an Honorable Mention at the April 28 awards in the categories of Best New Site and Editorial Excellence. Min’s Best of the Web Awards is the industry’s top honor in the digital space, recognizing outstanding websites and digital initiatives among consumer and b2b magazines.
“We are delighted to be recognized in these Awards—while it is a great testament to our team at Pace, it’s even more a compliment to the insight, strategy and work of the Web marketing team at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts whose initiative this is,” said Craig Waller, CMO of Pace. He added: “Not only have we created an online magazine that is building an engaged audience, but the project is achieving its search and business objectives for the brand.”
Pace Communications launched FourSeasonsMagazine.com in 2009 as an extension of the award-winning in-room publication, Four Seasons Magazine. The mission of the digital and print magazines is to illuminate the world of Four Seasons, to be as elegant as the surroundings of each destination, both visually striking and evocative. FourSeasonsMagazine.com features more than 2,000 pieces of content covering more than 80 destinations across the globe with articles on travel, style and shopping, sports, the arts, and food and wine.
About Pace Communications
For more than 35 years, Pace Communications has been a leader in custom content. With its dedication to excellence, Pace helps leading corporate clients develop successful branded editorial strategies and achieve unparalleled marketing and communication prominence. Our staff of nearly 250 professionals consistently produces award-winning work in a variety of media, including magazines, Web content, catalogs, books, videos and e-commerce solutions. Pace was founded and is owned by Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, the current chair of the American Red Cross, and is based in Greensboro, N.C. For more information please visit pacecommunications.com.