Agency Work Recognized at National NAMA Conference

April 28, 2014

Paulsen and clients Midwestern BioAg and Wheat Growers were each recognized with Merit Awards at the national Best of NAMA Awards presentation, the kick-off event for the National Agri-Marketing Association Conference in Jacksonville, Florida.

Midwestern BioAg and Paulsen won a Merit Award in the Direct Mail to Agribusiness category for a direct mail program titled, “Don’t Book A Speaker, Book a Storyteller.”

Wheat Growers and Paulsen won a Merit Award in the category of Local Multi-Media Campaign for the “Well Served” campaign.

Additionally, Paulsen clients were recognized as finalists in seven other categories of the national Best of NAMA Awards competition. Those clients included Hubbard Feeds for their McCauley’s Feed Video, the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council for their Emerge magazine, Hubbard Feeds for the Dairy Body Conditioning Score mobile app, Kubota Tractor Corporation for their single-page series, “Kubota World,” and the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council for the “Freedom to Farm, Freedom to Grow” series of television spots.

Agency President Greg Guse was pleased with the agency’s showing at the annual awards presentation. “We are so proud that work for seven different Paulsen clients was recognized in this national competition,” he said. “At this level you are competing with the best of the best, and the quality and creativity of the work entered into the Best of NAMA just continues to get better and better every year.”

Guse also expressed his gratitude to agency clients for their trust and confidence as well as the Paulsen creative teams who continue to create and produce work that stands out and gets noticed.

“While the most important award is success in the marketplace for our clients, it is gratifying to know that our work can go head to head with the best agencies in the field of agri-marketing,” he explained. “I’m so very proud of the talent and work ethic of our creative staff.”

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