Wilbert Marketing Communications Efforts Win Design AwardsWilbert Marketing Communications Efforts Win Design Awards
Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. announced today that two of its marketing communications efforts have received 2010 American In-House Design Awards from Graphics Design USA. The two print efforts recognized with an award were the 2010-2011 Cremation Choices catalog and the Wilbert 2008 Annual Report.
“Receiving a 2010 American In-House Design Award is a great honor,? stated Joe Weigel, Wilbert Vice President of Sales and Marketing. ?These awards are one sign among many that our marketing communications efforts are effective and paying dividends for our licensees and the funeral homes they serve.?
Each year the competition receives more than 4,000 entries, but only a handful receives a certificate of excellence. The awards are open to everyone in the design community ? from graphic design firms to corporate in-house departments ? in the areas of print and collateral design, corporate identity and logos, broadcast and motion graphics, Internet and interactive design, advertising and sales promotion and packaging and point-of-purchase.
Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc. is the leading single-source supplier of burial vaults and cremation-related products and services to North American funeral homes. From its offices in Broadview, the company licenses the right to manufacture burial vaults under the Wilbert trademark to a network of over 200 licensees and sub-licensees throughout North America.
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