Communicator Award Winners

We’ve just received three 2017 Communicator Awards! We are honored to work on nationally recognized projects with forward-thinking clients like the 2019 Commemoration / American Evolution™ and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation.

The Communicator Awards were founded by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, and reward international work in marketing and communications. Over the past 23 years, the awards have grown to not only be highly competitive but also impressively extensive, with over 6,000 entries regularly received. As the largest awards network of its kind, they describe themselves as honoring “work that transcends innovation and craft – work that made a lasting impact, providing an equal chance of winning to all entrants regardless of company or agency size and project budget.”

Through our work with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, we won the Award of Excellence in Print Advertising for the creation of the “100 Years of Communism” billboard, which aimed to highlight the dramatic impact of communism. This ad received over 600,000 impressions during its initial 8-week posting.

 “Communism Kills” Billboard in Times Square, New York City.

We were further recognized for our work with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation through the Award of Distinction in 2017 Online Videos for a video on Charter 77, the Czechoslovakian anti-communist movement for human rights.

“Charter 77” video on Communism in Czechoslovakia.

Native was also given a second Award of Excellence for our work with the 2019 Commemoration and American Evolution™, where we were recognized for our Online Advertising and Marketing of the 400 Year Anniversary of Virginia’s founding and our social media campaign to highlight and honor historic and modern day Virginia women.

“March to Mother’s Day” Online Advertisement.

Women’s Monument Honorees Advertisement.

Native is excited to continue working on such unique and interesting advertisement campaigns and is honored by the recognition from our peers.