Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) April 02, 2015
Go Local Interactive was recognized by the Kansas City Direct Marketing Association (KCDMA) on March 24 with a Consumer Integrated Marketing award.
The KCDMA is one of the most active direct marketing organizations in the country, and has more than 400 members including agencies, service providers, and leading corporations in the Kansas City area. They provide monthly meetings, fundraisers, job boards and networking events to their members. The KCDMA also honors top direct marketing campaigns every year through their well-respected award program, the AMBIT awards.
Go Local Interactive received the Silver AMBIT award for their execution of OGIOs holiday campaign. They promoted the campaign for the sports and lifestyle ecommerce site, OGIO.com, through website, blog, social media and e-mail marketing.
“We are proud to be recognized by the Kansas City Direct Marketing Association for the results achieved on behalf of our client, OGIO, during their busy holiday season. We are honored to partner with such a great brand like OGIO and this award exemplifies the hard work and dedication that our team puts in every day for them and the rest of our clients,” said Michael Solms, Marketing Director at Go Local Interactive.
Go Local Interactive was recognized among other candidates during an evening reception held at Boulevard Brewery on March 24, 2015.
About Go Local Interactive:
Go Local Interactive is a digital marketing agency specializing in new customer acquisition for national and regional brands. They answer the marketing needs of clients across a wide variety of industries including home services, retail, financial services, and ecommerce. They are experts in effectively implementing, managing and tracking clients marketing efforts down to the local level no matter the number of locations or size of the service area. Go Local provides website development, search engine optimization, paid search, social media, and multiple proprietary services, such as Call Boost and Local Perceptions.