kyhumanities.org wins Lexington ADDY award

Meridian-Chiles Communications, creator of the Kentucky Humanities Council’s Web site, www.kyhumanities.org, recently won a silver Lexington ADDY award for interactive advertising for the arts and sciences.

The 2009 ADDY Awards were Feb. 21 with about 230 people attending. See more about the contest here.

Meridian Chiles’s Zach Looney was the lead designer on the humanities council project; Taylor Goddard, lead developer; Gabe Rankin, lead programmer; and Ryan Hardesty, account executive.

Meridian-Chiles was recently added to the Kentucky Humanities Council Scroll of Honor for its sponsorship and extraordinary dedication to Our Lincoln, the council’s musical, theatrical and historical celebration of the Abraham Lincoln bicentennial in Washington, D.C. The agency provided the event’s Web site, www.ourlincoln.org, which advertised the event and its performers, and linked ticket-buyers to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for purchasing. They also provided all of the advertising and direct-marketing materials for the event.

Check out Meridian-Chiles online at www.meridianchiles.com.


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