Thomas B. McVey,
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43rd annual Jersey Awards recognizes New Jersey’s best creative talent
re:think, a leading creative agency providing professional website design, search engine optimization and Internet marketing, has received 23 nominations for their creative work in 14 different categories. This marks the second consecutive year re:think has received multiple Jersey Award nominations, and last year the agency took home fourteen awards.
“The Jersey Awards honor some of the best creative endeavors in the state,” says Tom McVey, re:think President. “Just being in the group of nominees is a highlight for our team who spent countless hours on the projects for which we were nominated.”
Re:think received nominations in 14 of the Jersey Awards’ 34 categories, including some of the Awards’ most competitive categories, such as Website Design for Business-to-Business (B2B), Website Advertising for Consumer, E-Mail Blast, Not-for- Profit Print Ad, Word-of-Mouth Campaign and Direct Marketing Self-Mailer.
The Jersey Awards will be presented during the Jersey Awards Dinner on June 2, 2011 at the Chart House in Weehawken, New Jersey.
“We were honored to take home 14 awards last year,” continues McVey, “and this year we are a bit surprised to have so many pieces receive a nomination, but it’s a testament to the incredible growth re:think has had in the last 12 months. And these nominations have put us in some good New Jersey-based company.”
The Jersey Awards have been around for most of the New Jersey Ad Club’s 50-year history. The organization is the largest of its kind in the state and promotes, fosters and strengthens professional development among its membersre:think has been a member of the New Jersey Ad Club since 2010.
To learn more about re:think’s nominated projects and to see a full list of their services, visit www.chooserethink.com.
re:think (formerly Sound-n-Vision) has been fighting crime for over 15 years and before we became great at all things online we spent almost 9 years being very mediocre at it. In fact it wasn’t until we had one of our worst years ever that we took stock of our company and decided to rethink our online strategy as well as all of our processes for delivering results and communicating those results to our clients.
That’s when things got interesting. The fact that we started over with a singular focus of helping our clients give their website visitors a valuable experience in terms of making sure that their sites are helpful and easy to use and find what they’re looking for and in doing so, establishing trust and credibility that is valuable enough to have them feel good about engaging with them and buying their products and services.
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