HURRICANE, W.Va. - Barnes Agency, a West Virginia-based full service strategic advertising, marketing and public relations firm, recently received 11 Telly Awards at the 40th Annual Telly Awards national competition based in New York, New York.
Among the list of Barnes Agency's 11 awards, three were in the highly coveted Silver Telly Award category and eight were Bronze Telly Awards.
"These awards are a direct reflection of the quality of clients Barnes Agency represents and how they empower our team to be strategically creative and think outside the box," stated Susan Barnes, Barnes Agency senior vice president and chief operating officer. "Our team is extremely humbled to have received this number of Telly Awards this year. We are also thankful for our long-standing, 20-year partnership with Soul Theater Productions. Each year they bring our vision for video production to life for so many of our clients."
Barnes Agency received a total of six Bronze and two Silver Telly Awards for television production work associated with Pikeville Medical Center's "Together We Rise" and "Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery" campaigns. The eight total awards for Pikeville Medical Center represent more Telly Awards in the hospital category than any other hospital in America entered in this year's competition.
The two Bronze Telly Awards for television production work were for West Virginia State University's "It Starts at STATE" campaign.
The agency also received a Silver Telly Award for its television production work for Pleasant Valley Hospital's "Breast Health Center" campaign.
Barnes was founded in 2003, and now has a new location in Nashville, Tennessee. To date, Barnes Agency has received over 400 regional and national awards for advertising excellence, the company says.
For more information about Barnes Agency, visit www.thebarnesagency.com.