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Adept Marketing Recognized for Digital, Interactive Talent at Ohio Interactive Awards Receives Award for Retail Experience

Columbus, OH, November 06, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Adept Marketing was recognized last night as one of the state’s top digital and interactive talents at the 2012 Ohio Interactive Awards.

Adept received an award for its work with Pet Palace Resorts. The awards were presented during a recognition ceremony at the Ohio Union at the Ohio State University, in Columbus.

A total of 14 awards were presented in categories ranging from best campaigns to sectors/industry to thought leadership. Winners were chosen by a panel of marketing industry leaders who work with and represent some of the world’s most recognizable brands and Fortune 500 companies. Entries were judged on a 5-point scale in four areas: Challenges, Strategy, Objectives, and Results.

Adept has been providing digital marketing services to Pet Palace for several years and has helped the company expand to its current three locations. A new online destination launched in July of this year. The bright and cheerful site is a strong reflection of the brand while featuring a simple to use account creation and a reservation tool for grooming, day care and boarding.

“Ohio is home to some of the best and brightest digital and interactive professionals in the world, who do incredible work for both major and emerging brands,” said Mark Whitman, a founding member of the awards program and managing partner at TeamBuilder Search in Columbus. “The Ohio Interactive Awards were created to showcase and recognize that tremendous talent in the state.”

Sponsors of the 2012 Ohio Interactive Awards included Founding sponsors, TeamBuilder Search and Kessel Communications; Website sponsors, Acappella Media and ExactTarget; Networking Hour sponsor, C.Trac; and Promotional sponsor, Adobe.

Created in 2009, the Ohio Interactive Awards celebrate and recognize Ohio’s creative talent and the exceptional work produced by the digital and interactive community. For more information on the awards, visit http://ohiointeractiveawards.com.

Contact Information:
Adept Marketing
Gail Sech
614.859.0263
Contact via Email
www.marketingadept.com/

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