Elkford’s unique branding wins more awards

The District of Elkford’s branding has received awards again – this time on an international level.

  • Jul. 5, 2012 7:00 p.m.

The District of Elkford’s branding has received awards again – this time on an international level.

Elkford’s branding received three awards at the 18th Annual Summit International Awards for creative excellence. Twist Marketing, a Calgary based company that the District of Elkford works with to create its unique branding, was awarded a gold medal for the District of Elkford’s community website,

and two silver medals for Elkford’s summer and winter promotional videos.

Twist Marketing was presented with nine creative awards in total. There were more than 4,700 entries from 20 countries that were assessed by an international panel of 16 judges. The District of Elkford’s branding and marketing initiative began in 2006 with the re-branding process and has grown into a well-developed brand that has been implemented into almost all aspects of the District’s operations.

 

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