Naples, FL (October 17, 2018)…Wilson Creative Group (WCG), a full service marketing, advertising, and public relations agency based in Naples, won the coveted Sand Dollar Award for Best Overall Campaign for Omega Bonita Bay, the last and largest high-rise tower in Bonita Bay developed by The Ronto Group. This was Wilson Creative Group’s fifth time winning this award in the past five years.
The top marketing agency took home a total of eight awards during the 28th annual Sand Dollar Awards ceremony “A Secret Garden – Unlocking Naples’ Finest” presented by the Collier Building Industry Association’s Sales and Marketing Council (SMC) on September 22nd at the Ritz Carlton Beach Resort. The Sand Dollar Awards are the highest accolades given by the CBIA and are presented each year to member builders, developers, architects, remodelers, interior design firms, landscape architects, trades, marketing, sales and advertising professionals who have demonstrated building, design and marketing excellence in the Collier County area. Awards are presented to the winners after onsite judging by experts from across the state of Florida.
Wilson Creative Group has previously won the award for Best Overall Campaign for Seaglass at Bonita Bay for the past three years and for John R. Wood Properties in 2014. The agency also took home awards for Best Newspaper Ad for John R. Wood Properties, Best Social Media Marketing for Naples Square, Best Incentive Promotion for Seaglass at Bonita Bay, Best Video Presentation for John R. Wood Properties, Best Newsletter for Kurtz Homes Naples, Best Website for Omega, and Best Direct Mail for Seaglass.
“We are honored to receive such high accolades from our industry leaders. These awards represent our team’s hard work and dedication to our clients and prove the high caliber of work we produce. We’re thrilled to receive the award for Best Overall Campaign for the 5th time in the past 5 years amidst the other great work submitted by our peers,” says Peggy Wilson, President and CEO of Wilson Creative Group.