Stonewall+ Media nominated for The Bookmark Awards

Issued by: NATIVE VML | 6 Nov 2009 12:05
Stonewall+ Media, the digital media agency, has been nominated for The Bookmark Awards in the direct marketing: online media plans category. Both digital media campaigns for Estée Lauder and Lexus RX were shortlisted as potential winners.
“We are very excited to have these campaigns selected as finalists. It's already a great accomplishment just having our work recognised by leading local and international digital figureheads that make up the prestigious panel of judges,” says Aaron van Schaik, Managing Director of Stonewall+ Media.

The winners of the second annual Bookmark Awards, which rewards online excellences, will be announced at a star-studded awards party at Movida in Johannesburg next week Thursday, 12 November. The Bookmarks is South Africa's only award dedicated to digital advertising, publishing and social media.

Stonewall+ Media functions as an independent digital media agency. Meeting the ever-growing, industry-wide need for integrated digital media services that is not only consistent with its international counterparts but is forward-thinking in its service and delivery.

Stonewall+ Media are specialists in Online media strategy, Online media planning and buying, Rich media, Social media, Mobile marketing and media, Search Engine Marketing, Search Engine Optimisation, Analytics, tracking and measurement.

6 Nov 2009 12:05


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