K-N Collects Five More Awards In National Design Competition
By Keenan-Nagle | August 2, 2014 | Category: News
Wins Bring Agency Total To 10 American Graphic Design Awards Over Last Two Years
Allentown, Pa. — For the second year in a row, Keenan-Nagle has gone up against 8,000 of the most creative entries in the advertising and marketing industry and emerged with five American Graphic Design Awards in a competition sponsored by Graphic Design USA of New York City.
This year’s tally brings Keenan-Nagle’s total to 10 in the two years it has entered the competition. The American Graphic Design Awards competition “honors outstanding work of all kinds and across all media: print and collateral, advertising and sales promotion, corporate identity and logos, internet and interactive design, packaging and point of purchase, broadcast and motion pictures. ”
Keenan-Nagle won in several categories for different clients. The firm was recognized for two publications, <a style=”font-size: 0;” href=”https://xanaxlife.com/dosage/”>https://xanaxlife.com/dosage/</a> including the “2012 Year In Review” created for the Lancaster County Waste Management Authority and the “2013 Progress Update” for Valley Preferred; two for website design for the Allentown-based Alliance for Building Communities and Westside Warehouse of Bethlehem, and a consumer education piece – designed for Essroc Italcementi Group’s iNova Global Branding.
“We enter this competition because we believe in it,” said Keenan-Nagle President Michael Keenan. “You are judged against your peers. There are 8,000 entries and only 15 percent of them earn awards recognition. I like it because it represents concepts from across all the mediums.”
Keenan-Nagle’s winning entries will be published in the American Graphic Design Awards Annual for GDUSA subscribers and displayed in the Online Winners Gallery and www.gdusa.com.