Florida Weekly Staff
Hodges University’s marketing team earned 10 national awards in the 36th annual Educational Advertising Awards.
“It’s always gratifying when peers from around the country and the world recognize the work we do,” said Teresa Araque, assistant vice president of marketing. “Working with such a talented team of professionals is rewarding. We appreciate the support from our president, Dr. John Meyer, who continues to give us the creative space to push boundaries.”
Hodges University won a Gold Award for its magazine ad, “What’s New at Hodges U.” The university earned four Silver Awards for: Digital Video More Than 2 Minutes: PTA; Logo Design: 30th Anniversary logo; Aviation billboard; and TV ad “TEC.” Hodges University won two Bronze Awards for Digital Video less than 2 Minutes: TEC; and Outdoor signage “Start Here to Get There.” The university also earned three Merit Awards for External Publication: “Talon” magazine; Brochure: Aviation brochure; and Digital Video Less Than 2 Minutes: Modern Marketing.
This is the second year Hodges University has entered, bringing its total number of awards to 14.
More than 2,000 entries were received from over 1,000 colleges, universities and secondary schools in all 50 states and several foreign countries. Judges awarded 313 Gold Awards, 170 Silver Awards, and 104 Bronze Awards. The judge’s national panel included higher education marketers, advertising creative directors, and marketing and advertising professionals.
Hodges University, a regionally accredited, private nonprofit institution founded in 1990, has a campus in Fort Myers. Hodges provides flexible day, evening and online classes.
For more information, visit Pathways. Hodges.edu. ¦