Brown Smith Wallace Receives Marketing Recognition

Brown Smith Wallace, LLC was honored with two awards in the Business Marketing Association’s Targeted Advertising and Marketing (TAM) awards program.

The firm received a silver award for Corporate Identity Brochure in the Promotional Materials category and a silver award for Corporate Identity Package in the Corporate Identity Package category.

Brown Smith Wallace’s Director of Marketing Art Kuesel states, “The TAM awards program is a great way for outstanding organizations and individuals in St. Louis to be recognized. With more than 200 entries in each category we feel honored to have received these awards. We are very proud of our achievements and were excited to earn recognition for our successful re-branding materials.”

The Targeted Advertising and Marketing awards showcase the best business to business marketing campaigns in the St. Louis region and honor the agencies, companies and individuals who create them.

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