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Brand Tango Wins At Local And District ADDY Awards

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Brand Tango, a Deerfield, Fla-based marketing, technology and design firm, has been a top award recipient in recent local and district ADDY competitions. In local competition, Brand Tango took home 14 gold and three silver ADDY awards, plus the Judges’ Choice award. In district competition, three entries received gold ADDY awards, and three won silvers. The award recipients are now eligible for national recognition from the American Advertising Federation. With more than 50,000 entries annually, the ADDY Awards are the world’s largest advertising competition.

“We want to thank our clients for giving us the opportunity to design award-winning work that elevates their public profiles and delivers results,” says Joe Russoniello, president. “We’re honored that the talented Brand Tango team has been recognized once again by the American Advertising Federation, as we’re competing against the largest and most creative agencies in the nation.”

In the Fort Lauderdale Club’s local competition, gold ADDYs went to work for Royal Resorts President’s Circle, the 2013 James Beard Menu – The Northern Italian Winter Feast, Sirenis Premium Travelers Club, CasaD’Angelo Ristorante, Gold Key Resorts, Hotel Sarasota, Grand Crowne Resorts and B Everyware . The Judges Choice Award went to a Brand Tango Digital Promotion Kit, which also won a gold award. Finally, a joint project of Brand Tango and Pixelslave took home a silver ADDY award.

In the District 4 AAF competition, gold ADDYs went to work for Sirenis and Brand Tango, while a billboard produced for Gold Key Resorts in cooperation with Pixelslave also won gold. Work for Royal Resorts, the James Beard Menu and Brand Tango corporate identity took home silver ADDYs. All district winners are eligible for American Advertising Awards recognition on May 31 in Boca Raton, Fla., during the 2014 American Advertising Federation convention at the Boca Raton Resort & Beach Spa.

Brand Tango has also been named a finalist for nine ARDY awards to be announced at the American Resort Development Association’s April convention in Las Vegas. While there, Brand Tango will be demonstrating its award-winning new technology solutions for shared-ownership sales, including tablet and smartphone-based applications.

Brand Tango is a comprehensive marketing, design, and technology company with clients in hospitality, real estate, consumer products and services, and financial services. Relying on their decades of combined expertise, its principals and staff help clients find solutions that deliver measurable results..

To see Brand Tango’s work, visit brand-tango.com. For an online demonstration of Brand Tango’s Web 2.0 customer relationship management system, Tango CRM, go to gettango.com.

About Brand Tango:

Brand Tango is a comprehensive marketing, design, and technology company with clients in hospitality, real estate, consumer products and services, and financial services. Relying on their decades of combined expertise, its principals and staff help clients find solutions that deliver measurable results. Follow them on Twitter @brandtango or on Facebook at facebook.com/BrandTango. For more information, visit brand-tango.com or call (954) 295-7879.

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