(Baltimore, MD—May 14, 2014) EZShield Fraud Protection is proud to be a three-time winner in the 2014 Summit Creative Award competition. Selected out of more than 5,000 submissions from 24 countries, EZShield received a Bronze award for a Product/Service Promotion Video, a Silver award for Public Service Website (FightingIdentityCrimes.com) and a Bronze award for a digital Monthly Newsletter Redesign.
“These awards reflect our ongoing focus to connect with our audiences through valuable communications,” said Laura Bruck, VP, Marketing & Solution Strategy for EZShield.
The Summit Creative Award (SCA) recognizes and celebrates the creative achievements of organizations worldwide. Celebrating its 20th year, the SCA has firmly established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size and has become a coveted honor.
A panel of 16 international judges within the advertising, marketing and design industries evaluated the participants’ entries. Assessments were based on innovation and creativity, presentation and the ability to communicate and persuade. Categories for entries ranged from print and broadcast to social media.
“Winning a Summit Creative Award is a significant accomplishment in one’s career. With vetted judges, tough judging criteria, blind judging processes, and strict bylaws limiting winners, only deserving entries receive recognition.” Said Jocelyn Luciano, Executive Director for the Summit International Awards (SIA). “The creative work this year was outstanding. Watching the judges debate the details of individual entries in the run-off for the top spots was inspiring.”
EZShield works with partners in the financial services, benefits/payroll, insurance and warranty markets to help protect the identity of their consumer and small business customers. Our full range of identity and fraud solutions, tailored to the unique needs of our partners and their customers, are offered on a flexible platform and backed by best-in-class service.
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