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Beyond Spots & Dots Wins Three Golden Triangle Awards

Thursday, November 10, 2016


Beyond Spots & Dots garnered several wins at the 37th Annual IABC Golden Triangle Awards. The agency received recognition for recent advertising campaigns.

This year’s competition received 41 total submissions, awarding seven Awards of Excellence and 21 Awards of Honor. Beyond Spots & Dots received an Award of Excellence for public transit advertising and two Awards of Honor for TV commercial production and billboard advertising.

Having been deeply involved in all aspects of the creative for the award-winning campaigns, Beyond Spots & Dots Brand Manager and Designer, Dwight Chambers said, “We aim for creative excellence at Beyond Spots & Dots. It is an honor to be recognized by IABC/Pittsburgh, an organization that shares our vision of communication excellence.”

For more information about the IABC Golden Triangle Awards, visit

About the International Association of Business Communicators

Established in 1970, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is a global network of communication professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communication.

IABC/Pittsburgh offers local professional development programs, workshops and networking events for communicators in southwestern Pennsylvania. For more information, visit

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Established in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA dedicated to planning, creating and handling advertising and marketing for a variety of clients. Agency services range from print, TV, radio and digital advertising to public relations, web development and SEO. Visit to learn how to increase your company’s share of voice.


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