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June 19, 2020

ICF, IRI, Earn Local Advertising Federation Honors

Lexington, Kentucky, USA (March 24, 2015) —Marketing materials produced for ImagoRelationships International (IRI) and the International Coach Federation (ICF)earned high honors at the 2015 American Advertising Federation (AAF) LexingtonAmerican Advertising Awards ceremony, held February 27, 2015. IRI and ICF are clients of Associations International (AI).
The local awards program is the first tier of AAF’s AmericanAdvertising Awards program.
“We are extremely honored that materials developed by our association clients have been recognized as the best in their class,” saidKeith Howard, vice president of business development for AI. “This not only demonstrates AI’s commitment to excellence for our client partners, but demonstrates the associations’ commitment to excellence for their members. Clearly it’s a winning combination.”
IRI and Lexington-based design and marketing agency BalanceCreative earned a pair of AAF Lexington Silver Awards for the “Joyful Aliveness” logo and brochure designed for the 2014 IRI Conference.
ICF and Lexington video production firm Courage Media earned the prestigious Ralph Gabbard Television Excellence Award for Elena’s Credential Legacy, a video in ICF’s ongoing Credential Legacy Campaign. AAFLexington also recognized ICF and Courage Media with a Gold Award for Janez’s Credential Legacy.

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