Grapevine Communications Takes Gold and Silver at AAF Angel Awards

Sarasota, Florida – September 21, 2021 Grapevine Communications won gold and silver Angel Awards at the American Advertising Federation (AAF) District 4 award ceremony held Saturday at the Westin in downtown Sarasota. AAF District 4 encompasses all chapters in the state of Florida and the Caribbean.

The Sarasota-based advertising, marketing, and public relations agency won a gold Angel for its design of the Van Wezel Foundation’s “The Future is Now” capital campaign website. Grapevine also took silver in the social media category for The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center’s Annual Appeal and Branding Campaign.

“We are so proud to receive the awards for our work on behalf of the Van Wezel Foundation and Glasser/Schoenbaum,” said Allison Imre, owner and president of Grapevine Communications. “It’s especially gratifying to collaborate with two community gems that make such a positive impact.”

The Angel Award Competition honors the very best in public service advertising. It combines two missions of AAF: to utilize industry expertise to address community issues and to celebrate and honor advertising excellence.

About Grapevine Communications 

Grapevine Communications is a full-service, multi-award-winning advertising, marketing and public relations firm located in Sarasota, Florida and serving clients nationwide. In its 19th year, Grapevine is a proven, dedicated bunch of smart thinking, big dreaming, hardworking overachievers whose clients range from new start-ups and small businesses to major corporations and internationally recognized brands. Grapevine has earned its reputation creating strategies and solutions through engaging website development, brand identity, public relations and digital campaigns. 

Photo: Grapevine Communications’ Katie Mathewson, Digital Brand Architect and Patrick Ferlise, Communications Strategist

Grapevine Communications Takes Gold and Silver at AAF Angel Awards

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