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Smith Moore Leatherwood Wins Two Hermes Creative Awards

Smith Moore Leatherwood Wins Two Hermes Creative Awards

April 18, 2016

Greenville, SC – Smith Moore Leatherwood's website has been recognized with two Hermes Creative Awards, which honor the concepts, writing, and design of traditional and emerging media from entries around the world.

The firm's honors included a gold award in the business-to-business website category and an honorable mention award in the website design category. Over 6,000 entries were submitted by corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies, and freelancers worldwide.

"We are proud of our newly designed, client-focused website and thrilled it has received recognition in this international competition," said Beth Perry, marketing and business development department manager. "The firm continues to focus on providing valuable and concise information to our clients and communities, and we are honored that the Hermes Creative Awards has recognized our efforts."

Smith Moore Leatherwood launched its redesigned website in 2015 to create an easily navigable resource for both clients and prospective clients that features frequent updates, including legal alerts, newsletters, and blog posts. The site is also fully responsive, meaning that it adapts to the device upon which it is being viewed, whether smartphone, desktop, or tablet.

The Hermes Creative Awards are directed and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (, an international organization consisting of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, media production, and freelance specialists. AMCP oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges, and rewards outstanding achievement and services to the profession.

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