Balcom Agency Claims Four Awards at Greater Fort Worth PRSA's First Awards Show
Fort Worth, Texas – June 4, 2012 – Balcom Agency, a North Texas-based advertising, interactive and public relations firm, took home four awards at the first-ever Worthy Awards, hosted by the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Balcom was honored with the highest award in twocategories, earning a Worthy Award in Online/Digital: Social Media for Justin Boots’ comprehensive social media plan and execution, and a Worthy Award in Online/Digital: E-Newsletter for the agency’s own quarterly communications newsletter, The Letter B, designed to communicate industry tips and news.
Balcom also earned an Award of Excellence for the integrated marketing communications campaign launching Justin Bent Rail Boots, and an Award of Achievement for the creation of Celebrating the Silver Lining, LifeGift’s 2011 Annual Report and 2012 Calendar. Balcom client Cash America also won an Award of Achievement in Online/Digital: Social Media for its Cash Rap promotion, completed in partnership with the agency.
“We’re always proud to be recognized by professional organizations such as PRSA,” said Stuart Balcom, principal of Balcom Agency. “Each of these projects has been successful, and fun for our team to execute. It’s nice to be able to call them award-winning as well.”
About Balcom Agency
Innovation meets inspiration every day at Balcom Agency in Fort Worth, Texas. Founded in 1993, the agency’s core services include branding, marketing communications, interactive, social media, public relations and media planning. Balcom makes great things happen for a roster of local, regional and national clients, including: Justin Boots, Tony Lama Boots, Alcon Laboratories, the Neeley School of Business at TCU, Norman Regional Health System, Adam Smith’s Texas Harley, ConvaTec, Southwest Bank, Cash America, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Barnett Shale Energy Education Council. Find us at BalcomAgency.com and on Facebook or Twitter to see What’s Next.