CreatiVisibility Takes Bronze for Logo Design in 2013 International Creative Awards Competition

For Immediate Release
May 28, 2013

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Apex-Cary, N.C - CreatiVisibility, a marketing and design firm in North Carolina, was awarded bronze in the 2013 Summit Creative Award competition, in the Green Marketing Category. The Summit Creative Award is a part of The Summit International Awards (SIA) organization, founded in 1994. Out of more than 5,000 submissions from 25 countries CreatiVisibility is named a Bronze winner in the 2013 Summit Creative Award® competition for its creative work for Triangle Foodscapes in Apex, NC.

“I am thrilled that CreatiVisibility is named one of the winners of this prestigious design award,” said Lisa Gullette, Owner and Creative Director of CreatiVisibility. “I am proud that the logo design grabbed the judges’ attention. I will be even more pleased if the design gains the same recognition from the local community for Triangle Foodscapes, a new company in Apex, North Carolina.”

“Your work is great and I'm glad that you made it this far I your competition. Your design for Triangle Foodscapes' logo is perfect for my needs,” said Drew Glaser, owner of Triangle Foodscapes. “Your design utilizes contemporary colors and a playful design to create a sophisticated product. I could not have asked for more.”

The Summit Creative Award (SCA) recognizes and celebrates the creative achievements of small and medium sized advertising agencies worldwide with annual billings under $30 million. For 19-years, the SCA has firmly established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size and has become a coveted honor. This year's panel of international judges included:

Michael Mrakovcic, Creative Director, BBK Advertising – Australia
Mengwen Xiang, Art Director, Grey Group – United States
Lisa Charlebois, Creative Director, GolinHarris – United States
Juan Pablo Valencia, Creative Director, TBWA\Central Asia & Caucasus – Kazakhstan
Pier Lalonde, Principal, Pixel & Cie, marketing créatif – Canada
Normand Miron, Interactive Creative, – Canada
Mark Kamachi, Creative Director, ADMAKI – Canada
Nizar Al Shorbagi, Art Director, Paragon Marketing Communication – Kuwait
Jack Adamson, Senior Creative, Crackerjack – United States
Curtis Wolowich, Creative Director, Agency59 – Canada
Marcus Enstrom, Creative Director, FaPa Familjen Pangea Advertising – Sweden
Peter Gorman, Executive Creative Director, Brand Support 365 – United States
Jeff Fisher, Engineer of Creative Identity, Jeff Fisher LogoMotives – United States
Stuart John, Mobile/Social Strategist, SJ Strategy – United States
Dennis Lenarduzzi, Managing Creative Director, RED The Agency – Canada
Steve Miller, VP & Creative Director, OneMethod – Canada
Floor Wijburg, COO, W&I Consultants – Sweden
Pierre Chan, Copywriter, Cossette – Canada

Entries in 19 major categories are judged against a stringent set of standards. During its blind judging (entering company names withheld) the Board of Judges search for and identify innovative and creative concepts, strong executions and the ability to communicate and persuade.  Winners were selected in a wide-range of categories from print and broadcast to, emerging and social media.

“Winning a Summit Creative Award is a significant accomplishment in one’s career. With vetted judges, tough judging criteria, blind judging processes, and strict bylaws limiting winners, only deserving entries receive recognition,” said Jocelyn Luciano, Executive Director for the Summit International Awards (SIA). “The creative work this year was outstanding. Watching the judges debate the details of individual entries in the run-off for the tops spots was inspiring.”

This year's SCA creative competition included companies from the following 25 countries: Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Kazakhstan, Korea, Malaysia, Martinique, French West Indies, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Russia, Slovakia, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States, United Kingdom and Uruguay.

The SIA organization was founded in 1994. Annually it conducts the Summit Creative Award, the Summit Marketing Effectiveness Award and the Summit Emerging Media Award. Additional information about the Summit International Awards organization, its competitions and winning firms can be found on the SIA web site at

About Triangle Foodscapes
It is the mission of Triangle Foodscapes to improve the sustainability of the Research Triangle region by providing customers with a high quality, low impact, and productive landscape. Primarily fueled by the local foods movement Triangle Foodscapes provides customers edibles from their own yard.  In addition they limit their contribution to runoff and pollution by using permeable paving systems and organic weed and pest management.

About CreatiVisibility

CreatiVisibility creates visibility for its clients by taking a creative, marketing-faceted approach to website and print design with the goals of building a lasting relationship between designer and client through attention to client needs, by problem solving in a creative, well-researched and cost effective manner, and by producing print and web communications products that meet or exceed professional standards. CreatiVisibility is a small WBE/DBE certified business in Wake County, North Carolina focused on serving event planners, transportation-related public outreach/involvement and corporate/government clients and local businesses who are passionate about the visibility of their products and services.

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