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Swingle Lawn, Tree and Landscape care earns television and general advertising accolades.

| June 23, 2014

DENVER – The Colorado American Marketing Association (AMA) awarded Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape Care with the 2014 Gold Peak Award in Television Advertising and the Silver Peak Award in Advertising Overall.

“We set out to differentiate ourselves from the competition by connecting with consumers on an emotional level, rather than one of logic. In this regard, I believe our campaign was extremely effective. It's an honor to be recognized by our marketing peers and an organization such as the AMA," says Swingle’s Marketing Manager Vince Serio.

The Colorado American Marketing Association (AMA) recognizes the state's top work in multiple advertising categories such as advertising and publishing to online marketing and branding at the 26th annual Peak Awards. Judged by national marketing experts around the U.S., this year's field of entries included world-class advertising agencies and brands. All winners were honored with the Peak Awards at an aviation themed gala held at Wing Over the Rockies Museum.   


“Our team worked hard to develop the campaign. The recognition is great, better yet so is the positive feedback we’ve received from our community,” said Director of Sales and Marketing Eric Gunderson.
 

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