Balcom Agency Wins Four Healthcare Advertising Awards
Agency takes home three gold awards in the 30th annual national competition
FORT WORTH, Texas – May 31, 2013 – Balcom Agency, an advertising, interactive and public relations firm based in Fort Worth, recently won a total of four 2013 Healthcare Advertising Awards, three at the gold level. The 30th annual competition, sponsored by Healthcare Marketing Report – a leading health care marketing publication – recognizes the best in quality, creativity and messaging within the field of healthcare marketing and advertising.
Balcom won three gold awards and one award of merit for three of their clients:
- Gold award in Annual Report: Healthcare for LifeGift’s 2012 Annual Report
- Merit award in Special Event: Healthcare for LifeGift’s 2012 Second Chance Run
- Gold award in Brochure: Healthcare for PCCA’s Wow employee brochure
- Gold award in Advertising Campaign with Television for USMD Hospital’s We Do the Robot
“We’re honored to have our clients be recognized among the best of the best in healthcare,” said Stuart Balcom, president and CEO of Balcom Agency. “These awards recognize the B team’s hard work and validates our clients’ trust in us to create and deliver work that gets noticed – and gets results."
The Healthcare Advertising Awards, a national competition, is the largest and longest-running healthcare advertising awards competition, with almost 4,000 submissions, received from across the nation this year.
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, web design, 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, Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company, USMD Hospitals, the Neeley School of Business at TCU, Norman Regional Health System, ConvaTec, Southwest Bank, Cash America, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Barnett Shale Energy Education Council.