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Gleason/Calise Associates, Dallas, received two silvers and two bronzes at the 20th annual Telly Awards. “Revolution” and “Visionary” for Don Pablo’s restaurants, a division of Avado Brands based in Madison, Ga., earned the silver awards, while “Jury Duty” for personnel recruitment service ProStaff and “Love” for Don Pablo’s picked up the bronzes.
Roger Christian & Co. has had an entry accepted for publication in Print’s regional design annual. The San Antonio agency earned a certificate of design excellence for a label produced for Arcturus, a wine produced by Boudro’s Bistro. The shop also won an award of excellence from American Corporate Identity for logo work if did for Alamo Heights Family Foot Care. has chosen BSMG Worldwide, Irving, to manage its marketing communications as the company introduces its online services. The Dallas dot-com is a Web-based demand purchasing aggregator for the business-to-government and business-to-business markets.
Dallas-based digital strategy and design firm hybrid has crafted the Coffee House of International Delight Web site for Morningstar Foods, a subsidiary of Suiza Food Corp. in Dallas. The Web venue offers caffeine lovers a virtual lounge experience with mood music, poetic descriptions of information and the history of coffee drinking.
Flowers & Fedele has been retained to execute a radio ad campaign for Rockfish Seafood Grill. The Dallas shop’s mission is to increase traffic and create a corporate identity for the restaurant chain, which has five outlets across the Metroplex.
The workplace culture at Stuart Bacon Advertising & Public Relations has been featured in “Great Leaders See the Future First,” by Carolyn Corbin. The book offers five revolutionary steps for business leaders who want to succeed in the 21st century. Corbin interviewed Jim Stuart, the Fort Worth agency’s chief executive officer, and president Randy Bacon. “An exciting, stimulating, creative working environment is an important component of doing a good job for clients as well as enhancing our working lives together,” said Stuart. Corbin includes a description of the shop’s “Short and Sweet Inspiration,” a 20-minute freewheeling brainstorming session for staff members held every Wednesday morning. “We work to create a good environment, share in our success, offer oportunities for professional development and find reasons for unbridled, unscheduled joy and rejuvenation,” said Stuart.