Recall Receives AMY Award for Innovative Marketing Techniques from American Marketing Association Atlanta

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Recall receives the Atlanta Marketer of the Year Awards presented by the American Marketing Association Atlanta

Recall Holdings Limited (ASX: REC), a global leader in information management, was awarded an Atlanta Chapter of the American Marketing Association’s AMY Award for its innovative marketing techniques in a successful 2013 campaign.

The AMY Awards honors the individuals and organizations behind the big ideas produced by the Atlanta marketing community. Recall and partner Prominent Placement, Inc. were awarded the “Best Paid Search Campaign Incorporating Innovative Pay-Per-Click Techniques – Driving Inbound Calls.” The campaign implemented creative methods to better target clients and increase inbound calls. During the year-long campaign, Recall realized a dramatic 329 percent increase of calls. Recall and PPI accepted the AMY at an awards dinner on March 13, hosted by the AMA.

For 56 years, the Atlanta Marketer of the Year Awards program has celebrated companies that demonstrate creativity combined with innovative strategies that produce outstanding results. The AMY Awards recognize companies and individuals who’ve made their mark on the Atlanta marketing scene during the previous calendar year. Winners in each category are honored with an AMY Awards Red Pencil.

More about Recall: For more than 20 years, Recall has served the information management needs of companies worldwide, while maintaining a strong philanthropic presence in the Atlanta community. Today, the company has more than 80,000 customer accounts across 23 countries, with more than 300 secure information centers worldwide. The company’s website can be found at http://www.Recall.com, and an informational video is available at http://www.recall.com/why-recall.

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