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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 57 Submitted photo The creative directors of RT&E Integrated Communica- tions responsible for the six IABC First State Gold Awards are (l-r) Ran Jones, Rick Clemons and Richard RothwelL RT&E Integrated Communications Experiences IABC Gold Rush RT&E Integrated Communica- tions is making some room for new hardware in its trophy case. The public relations agency won six first-place Gold Awards re- cently at the International Associ- ation of Business Communicators (IABC) Delaware chapter annual First State awards dinner. RT&E received first place Gold Awards in the marketing commu- nications category for the follow- ing three projects and clients: an integrated communications pro- gram to introduce an improved DuPont Teflon Advanced carpet and upholstery protector; an ad- vertising and bragding campaign for Checkpoint Systems, a global producer of retail identification and security systems; and the me- dia launch promoting the opening of the Residences at Rodney Square, developed by the Bucci- ni/Pollin Group. The agency also received a Gold Award in the publication de- sign category for its production of Checkpoint System's 2003 annual report.. RT&E collected a Gold Award in the multiaudience communica- tion category for the "It's where you're going that counts" brand- ing and awareness program for the University 'of Delaware's Lerner College of Business and Economics/MBA and Executive MBA Programs.Office. RT&E's sixth Gold Award was in the spe- cial projects category, recogniz- ing the agency's advertising cam- paign to introduce GE's Modular Space P'ermaCon brand to the kindergarten through grade 12 ed- ucation market. "It is extremely rewarding to be recognized by our peers for the work we've done on behalf of our clients," said Chick Housam, president of RT&E Integrated Communications. "We pride ourselves on the power of our ideas and the strate- gy and creativity that create them. These awards are great reminders that we're maintaining a high standard for ou(, clients and creat- ing communications solutions that move our clients' business- es." Housam said an important com- ponent of the IABC awards crite- ria is the measurable results gen- erated by the communications programs and tactics being recog- nized. "Developing a communications program with outstanding creativ- ity and sound strategy, that meets or exceeds the sales and market- ing goals of the client is especial- ly satisfying for us and tremen- dously valuable for our clients," said Housam. RT&E Integrated Communica- tions is a marketing and brand communications agency serving the greater Delaware Valley mar- ket. Located in Wilmington, RT&E Integrated Communications gen- erates approximately $40 million in annual capitalized billing with a staff of more than 35 profes- sionals. The agency develops integrated marketing programs and full- service strategic communications for regional, national and interna- tional business-to-business and consumer clients. Area. MATT BRITTINGHAM CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 57 Submitted photo The creative directors of RT&E Integrated Communica- tions responsible for the six IABC First State Gold Awards are (l-r) Ran Jones, Rick Clemons and Richard RothwelL RT&E Integrated Communications Experiences IABC Gold Rush RT&E Integrated Communica- tions is making some room for new hardware in its trophy case. The public relations agency won six first-place Gold Awards re- cently at the International Associ- ation of Business Communicators (IABC) Delaware chapter annual First State awards dinner. RT&E received first place Gold Awards in the marketing commu- nications category for the follow- ing three projects and clients: an integrated communications pro- gram to introduce an improved DuPont Teflon Advanced carpet and upholstery protector; an ad- vertising and bragding campaign for Checkpoint Systems, a global producer of retail identification and security systems; and the me- dia launch promoting the opening of the Residences at Rodney Square, developed by the Bucci- ni/Pollin Group. The agency also received a Gold Award in the publication de- sign category for its production of Checkpoint System's 2003 annual report.. RT&E collected a Gold Award in the multiaudience communica- tion category for the "It's where you're going that counts" brand- ing and awareness program for the University 'of Delaware's Lerner College of Business and Economics/MBA and Executive MBA Programs.Office. RT&E's sixth Gold Award was in the spe- cial projects category, recogniz- ing the agency's advertising cam- paign to introduce GE's Modular Space P'ermaCon brand to the kindergarten through grade 12 ed- ucation market. "It is extremely rewarding to be recognized by our peers for the work we've done on behalf of our clients," said Chick Housam, president of RT&E Integrated Communications. "We pride ourselves on the power of our ideas and the strate- gy and creativity that create them. These awards are great reminders that we're maintaining a high standard for ou(, clients and creat- ing communications solutions that move our clients' business- es." Housam said an important com- ponent of the IABC awards crite- ria is the measurable results gen- erated by the communications programs and tactics being recog- nized. "Developing a communications program with outstanding creativ- ity and sound strategy, that meets or exceeds the sales and market- ing goals of the client is especial- ly satisfying for us and tremen- dously valuable for our clients," said Housam. RT&E Integrated Communica- tions is a marketing and brand communications agency serving the greater Delaware Valley mar- ket. Located in Wilmington, RT&E Integrated Communications gen- erates approximately $40 million in annual capitalized billing with a staff of more than 35 profes- sionals. The agency develops integrated marketing programs and full- service strategic communications for regional, national and interna- tional business-to-business and consumer clients. Area. MATT BRITTINGHAM