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Beyond Spots & Dots Wins Two 2018 MarCom Awards

Tuesday, November 20, 2018


Beyond Spots & Dots announces that it has been recognized with two awards by the 2018 MarCom Awards. The full-service advertising agency earned two Gold MarCom Awards for the design of a brochure for a medical device company in the Print Media - Print Creativity and Print Media - Marketing categories.

MarCom Awards is an international creative competition, sponsored by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP). These awards are designed to recognize marketing and communication professionals who create and design innovative print, visual, audio and web materials as well as integrated programs and campaigns. 

The 2018 MarCom Awards had about 6,000 print and digital entries submitted from all over the world, and all submissions entered were established client work placed in actual advertising and marketing environments.

“Winning any award is exciting, but being honored with a MarCom Award is exhilarating. MarCom is one of the largest, most-respected international creative competitions. For Beyond Spots & Dots to be recognized with two awards is a reflection and affirmation of how talented our marketing, copywriting and creative departments truly are,” said agency Founder and President, Melanie Querry. 

For the full list of 2018 MarCom Award winners, visit

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Established in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, PA and Columbus, OH dedicated to planning, creating and managing advertising, marketing, public relations, branding and digital for clients. Agency services range from digital advertising, programmatic tactics, social media, web development and SEO to traditional media buying, market research, copywriting, brand development and video production. Visit to learn how to increase your company’s share of voice. 


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