HHM Achieves National Marketing Recognition

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough and Southside Creative Group were awarded one of forty-three awards for marketing accomplishment by the Association for Accounting Marketing at the AAM-MAA’s Gala that took place during the Association's 2014 summit in Austin, Tx. on May 21-23.  The team accepted the award in the Firm Publication category.

Ctegory judges, including professionals in marketing, advertising, communications and professional services, reviewed and judged the entries.

Winning entries were recognized for the accomplishment of a specific goal or objective, demonstration of approaching a project strategically, creative execution and measurable results.

“These awards are meaningful to us because they are based on the creative and the results,” stated Ronelle Sellers, director of marketing for HHM.  “I must credit Travis Flenniken, from the HHM team, who researched, compiled and wrote the Economic Forecast on Commercial Real Estate as well as the Southside Creative team for their design and distribution efforts using traditional and digital tactics…it was a great, collaborative effort,” she added.

The AAM Summit is the largest event hosted by the association and serves as a connecting point for accounting marketing professionals and their colleagues or clients to network with and obtain practical takeaways to help their firms succeed. 


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