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MarineMax wins advertising awards

In addition to the awards it received from the Marine Marketers of America at the Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show, MarineMax was honored with five American Advertising Awards.

“We are so very excited to accept these awards,” said Abbey Heimensen, MarineMax director of marketing, in a statement. “Having made strides in marketing over the past several years, this is certainly a great achievement. The other entries were outstanding, and we are so honored to be among the best. This goes to show that there is a bright future for the marketing and advertising industry.”

Following are the American Advertising Awards that MarineMax received:

  • Gold Award – MarineMax Vacations in the brochure category
  • Gold Award – Galeon Yachts in the brochure category
  • Gold Award – Galeon Yachts in the catalog category
  • Silver Award – MarineMax Lifestyles magazine in the magazine design category
  • Silver Award – MarineMax Lifestyles magazine in the art direction category



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