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Zodiac Web sites win advertising awards

Zodiac of North America received several ADDY Awards from the American Advertising Federation during the first tier of a three-tiered national competition.

Two social networking sites designed for Zodiac, www.hellonwater.com and www.savemoresouls.com, received Gold ADDYs, with www.savemoresouls.com also taking home the Best of Interactive. These sites provide military/law enforcement and rescue/Coast Guard professionals, respectively, with networking sites to share photos, videos and stories regarding their careers.

A series of Zodiac recreational products Web sites — www.zodiacyachtline.com, www.zodiacpro15.com and www.zodiacprojets.com — won Silver ADDYs. The Web sites each focus on a specific product category for easy consumer reference and are linked to one another and to www.zodiacmarineusa.com.

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