Partner archer>malmo wins three Gold Awards at the 2015 District 7 regional American Advertising Awards

April 13, 2015

archer >malmo was recognized at the American Advertising Federation—District 7 annual regional American Advertising Awards April 10 in Knoxville, Tennessee, receiving three Gold and four Silver awards.

The agency won Gold Awards for the following campaigns:
Integrated Campaigns – Consumer (Regional/National): FedEx – “Deliver Joy” Campaign
Collateral Material – Special Event Invitation: Start Co. – Start Q Invitation
Collateral Material – Special Event Invitation: Price Wedding



Two of the agency’s Silver Awards were for internal campaign or items. Other Silver Awards were won for FedEx and taropop, a freelance design studio operated by an archer>malmo employee.

“It’s an honor to represent the Memphis creative community at the district level, and we’re thrilled to have our creativity recognized among so many quality entries,” said Gary Backaus, chief creative officer at archer>malmo.

Every year, the American Advertising Federation holds local awards ceremonies across the country to recognize the finest work in advertising. After competing in the Memphis Competition in February, archer>malmo’s showing at the regional District 7 awards are the second in a three-step process, followed by the national American Advertising Awards in June.

About archer>malmo

archer>malmo, an integrated advertising agency, provides brand development, advertising, public relations and digital marketing services to more than 20 national brands across a variety of categories. The agency’s combination of discipline specialists, strategic orientation, creativity and culture yields strong client relationships and positive business results. Founded in 1952 and based in Memphis, the company has more than 160 employees, and has been recognized by Advertising Age and others as a “Best Place to Work,” was listed on the 2013 and 2014 “Inc. 5000” and “Top 100 Tennessee Companies,” and is one of The Agency Post’s Top Ten Agencies for Startups.