Louisville Design Firm Wins Big in National Animal Health Marketing Awards Competition

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Edited Press Release

The Louisville Kentucky design firm Stewart has won four awards for their work in Animal Health at the 2022 VETTY ® Awards. Each year, the North American Veterinary Community presents the VETTY Awards to recognize the dedication, intelligence, and creativity of North American animal health marketing teams
and agencies. This year, Stewart claimed the following awards:

Stewart & Associates
-Stewart Rebrand and 50-Year Launch – Gold

Merck Animal Health
-“It’s Just Who We Are” Unconditional Campaign – Gold and Large Animal Award
-The True Colors of PRESTIGE ® Ad – Silver
-Our Unconditional Commitment to Vaccine Performance – Silver

Stewart brought home three awards on behalf of Merck Animal Health, including the prestigious Large Animal Award. This award was earned for a campaign on Merck Animal Health’s unconditional commitment to the equine industry, earning the overall highest-scoring entry in the Large Animal Division. Agency President, Kate Stewart said, “With over 20 years of partnership with Merck Animal Health, it is particularly rewarding that Stewart could bring home these awards on their behalf.”

Stewart brought home the gold in the Agency Self-Promotion category for the company rebrand and launch of a campaign celebrating their 50th year in business. In those 50 years, Stewart has delivered unique brand positioning and creative execution to a diverse array of clients in the healthcare, banking, retail/CPG, and manufacturing sectors. In the last 20 plus years, it has also gained a reputation for excellence in the animal health, agriculture and equine industries.

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