We have some of the best creative leaders in the industry here at redpepper and it’s great to see our amazing team here continually recognized for all they do so well.
Nashville, Tenn. (PRWEB) September 03, 2013
Nashville branding agency, redpepper, saw success at the inaugural American Advertising Federation Nashville (AAFN) Creative Driver awards. AAFN describes the awards as recognizing that “great work isn't simply the end product of those officially working in the Creative Department” and notes that the awards honor the “previously unsung heroes of advertising.”
Nashville marketing agency, redpepper, had their own Matt Reed and Tim McMullen nominated for “Visionary We’ll All Report To One Day”. Media Director Ben Morton took the win in the category of “Media Buyer and Planner Who Can Attract the Most Eyeballs”.
“We have some of the best creative leaders in the industry here at redpepper and it’s great to see our amazing team continually recognized for all they do so well,” commented Tim McMullen, Co-Founder and Lead Strategist at redpepper.
This success at the Creative Driver Awards is one of many accolades redpepper has seen, most recently including features on both The Dieline and Packaging of the World as well as two silver Summit Creative Awards for Microsite and Packaging Campaigns.
Ad agency by day, invention lab by night, redpepper is an award-winning integrated marketing agency with offices in Atlanta and Nashville. They have achieved a 12-year run of growth in clients, revenues, and profits, and have been recognized as one of the 5000 fastest growing companies in the country by Inc. Magazine for five years running. Partners Tim McMullen and Dave McMullen achieved the equivalent of a marketing double play with back-to-back Agency Marketer of the Year Awards (Atlanta 2009 and Nashville 2010). redpepper’s creative work has been recognized with more than three dozen national and regional industry awards. The agency has also received global coverage for their marketing innovation in a variety of outlets from CNN to TechCrunch & Slate.