Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Kimberly Merk

Swanson Russell received 17 awards at the annual American Marketing Association Prism Awards ceremony sponsored by the Lincoln AMA chapter on May 10 in Lincoln. The awards recognize excellence in marketing and communications throughout the local advertising community.   

The agency accepted 12 Prism Awards on behalf of clients in the following categories:

  • Briggs & Stratton: Product Launch Campaign, Large Business
  • Leupold & Stevens: Brand Launch Campaign, Large Business
  • Leupold & Stevens: Short-Form Video, Large Business
  • Rain Bird Golf: Consumer Marketing Campaign, Large Business
  • Runza Restaurants: Organic Social Media, Small Business
  • Runza Restaurants: Point-of-Purchase, Small Business
  • SiteOne Landscape Supply: Magazine, Large Business
  • SiteOne Landscape Supply: Social Media Campaign, Large Business
  • Textron Off Road: Newsletter Series, Large Business
  • Textron Off Road: Television, Large Business
  • Union Bank & Trust: Long-Form Video, Large Business
  • Union Bank & Trust: Out-of-Home, Large Business

Swanson Russell also accepted five Merit Awards on behalf of clients in the following categories:

  • Propane Education & Research Council: Microsite, Large Business
  • Propane Education & Research Council: Short-Form Video, Large Business
  • Union Bank & Trust: Long-Form Video, Large Business
  • Union Bank & Trust: Radio, Large Business
  • Union Bank & Trust: Television, Large Business

“We are very honored to accept these awards,” said Brian Boesche, chief creative officer at Swanson Russell. “Our teams work closely with our clients to make sure every project is primed for success. We feel very fortunate to partner with great clients and produce content that is worthy of these awards. Congratulations to all the winners.”

The mission of Lincoln AMA is to help marketing professionals--from recent college graduates to marketing veterans—learn, grow, and connect. The Prism Awards aim to recognize excellence in all areas of marketing and communications.