KAILUA-KONA, HAWAII (May 21, 2013) – What to Do Media, a Hawaii-based marketing and advertising company, has received an award in the Creative Awards division of the 2013 Summit International Awards Competition.
What to Do What Media received a Silver Award in the Consumer Services Website category for a website designed and developed by Chad Fisher for Texture Inc., a company based on the Big Island of Hawaii. Texture Inc. is a premium natural stone supplier, specializing in the procurement of fine quality building materials for luxury residential, commercial and custom projects. For more information about their services, visit their website http://www.textureinc.com.
The Summit Creative Award recognizes creative accomplishments of small and medium size advertising agencies from around the world, with annual billings under $30 million. Over the past 19 years, the Summit Creative Award has established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size.
The Creative Award’s rigorous evaluative criteria set it apart as the top creative competition for its sector. Submissions compete against each other, rather than an arbitrary measure, and are evaluated based on the strength of the big idea, the quality of execution and the ability to communicate and persuade the target audience.
The 2013 Summit International Creative Awards saw thousands of submissions from companies in 25 countries in categories that included print, broadcast, emerging media, online advertising, marketing materials, political, public service, green marketing and corporate video.
ABOUT: What to Do Media is a Traditional, Digital, Social and Mobile Advertising Agency servicing clients in Hawaii, Washington, Texas and Canada; and offers specialized services including Website design and development; Marketing Consulting; Internet/New Media Marketing, including Pay-per-Click Management, Search Engine Optimization and Social Media Marketing; Creative Design and Production for print, radio and television; and publicity/public relations.