Thursday, March 6

PEAK SEVEN WINS FOUR ADDY 2008 AWARDS

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Another four awards, another year of bragging rights. Peak Seven Advertising has proven time and time again that its creative talents go far beyond that of a boutique agency.

The Addy Awards allow for advertising agencies to showcase its creativity and compete on a local, regional and national level. The American Advertising Federation (AAF) is a national organization with a presence in Washington that represents over 50,000 advertising professionals to promote and defend advertising interests, while protecting the ability to conduct business. AAF also makes education, scholarships, and diversity a priority in the industry.

Peak Seven, a full-service creative agency in Deerfield Beach, brought home one gold and three silver Addy’s from the February 22nd event held by the Greater Fort Lauderdale chapter. Among the silver awards are: The Pugliese Company brochure, VITA brochure and Automated Self Storage Systems custom illustrated logo design. The deserving gold award represented the brochure for P&H Interiors, a local interior design firm, and will be automatically entered into the national Addy Awards.

“We work very hard to produce outstanding materials for our valued clients, and it is always a great feeling when our dedication gets recognized,” said Darren Seys, Creative Director/President of Peak Seven. “Peak Seven makes a conscious effort to submit our proud designs to awards shows, only proving that our boutique agency can offer big results for clients, while adding to our reputation as a success-driven firm.”

Peak Seven Advertising is located at 2151 West Hillsboro Boulevard in Deerfield Beach. The boutique agency provides advertising to local, regional, national and international clients. Peak Seven offers unique design and strategic marketing expertise to its clients. Every task is created with originality, determination and positive thinking. For more information on Peak Seven, call 954-574-0810 or visit www.PeakSeven.com.