Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Call for Entries Announced for Ohio Interactive Awards

Call for Entries Announced for Ohio Interactive Awards

Top digital and interactive professionals in Ohio have chance to showcase their work

Organizers of the Ohio Interactive Awards are calling for entries to find Ohio’s top digital and interactive talents. Entries must be submitted by 5 p.m., Monday, March 22.

Digital and interactive professionals working in Ohio can visit to submit their entry in one of six categories covering: Advertising, Sectors/Industry, Social Web, Student, Best Integrated Campaign, and Best Use of New Technology. Agencies submitting three or more entries become eligible to be nominated by judges of the program for Interactive Agency of the Year. Additionally, nominations are being sought for Interactive Marketer of The Year.

“Ohio has some of the best talent in the world when it comes to digital and interactive technology,” said Bryan Huber, principal of huber + co. interactive, and a founding member of the awards program. “This initiative is our way of showcasing and recognizing the outstanding digital work coming out of Ohio for emerging and top global brands.”

Entries will be judged on three criteria: strategy, execution and results. Each entry will be judged by a panel of marketing industry leaders who work with and represent some of the world’s most recognizable brands and Fortune 500 companies. There is a $45 entry fee for professional submissions and a $15 entry fee for student submissions.

Winners will be announced at the Ohio Interactive Awards ceremony slated for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 29, at the Arena Grand Theatre, 175 Nationwide Blvd., Columbus, Ohio.

About the Ohio Interactive Awards:

The Ohio Interactive Awards bring attention to the great digital and interactive work being done in the State of Ohio. Founding sponsors of the Ohio Interactive Awards are huber + co. interactive, TeamBuilder Search and 24/7 INTERACTIVE. Detailed information on the awards can be found at

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