VantagePoint Brings Home Two ADDY Awards - VantagePoint

VantagePoint Brings Home Two ADDY Awards

Contact: Autumn Nicholson

Greenville, SC – February 26, 2018 – VantagePoint Marketing won two ADDY awards at Greenville’s American Advertising Awards Gala on Saturday, Feb. 24.

VantagePoint won a silver award for its work on the vice presidents hall installation at the BMW Plant Spartanburg campus and a silver award for a sustainability report created for Wayne Farms in Oakwood, GA. Silver ADDYs are awarded to entries that are considered outstanding and worthy of recognition.

“Our team is always striving to find creative solutions for our B2B clients,” said Henry Pellerin, VantagePoint president and CEO. “We’re pleased to be honored among the best advertisers in Greenville.”

The American Advertising Award program is conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The Greenville club gala represents the first phase of the national competition, where judges from out of state evaluate all creative dimensions of every entry and award only the best in each category.

In addition, Dave McQuaid, vice president of creative and digital at VantagePoint Marketing, was given the Silver Medal Award at the event.

About VantagePoint Marketing

VantagePoint Marketing is a nationally recognized business-to-business marketing agency with a primary focus on foodservice clients. Headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, it is ranked nationally as one of Chief Marketer’s 2017 B2B Top Shops, is a nine-time winner of the Business Marketing Association of the Carolinas’ Agency of the Year award and has been named one of the small/midsized Best Places to Work in South Carolina for five consecutive years. Founded in 1993, VantagePoint takes an integrated approach in offering its clients expertise in marketing, advertising, branding, digital and public relations. For more information, visit

About American Advertising Federation

The American Advertising Federation is a national organization for advertising professionals. With more than 200 local clubs across the U.S. representing nearly 40,000 advertising professionals, AAF works to protect and promote the wellbeing of advertising by educating members, promoting diversity and inclusion, honoring and celebrating advertising excellence, developing future industry leaders, addressing community issues and providing opportunities for professionals to build relationships within the industry.