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​PDG+creative Wins Awards for Work Created with OKWU


BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma – During their 2012 ADDY® award ceremonies, the Tulsa Advertising Federation recognized local creative firm PDG+creative with two ADDY® awards and one Citation of Excellence for work they created in partnership with Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

The annual ADDY® Awards represents the true spirit of creative excellence by recognizing all forms of advertising from media of all types, creative by all sizes and entrants of all levels from anywhere in the world. The awards are the largest creative competition in the country with about 55,000 local entries competing in 200 cities coast to coast. PDG+creative’s winning entries will now advance on to the regional level competition.

The winning entries included publication design for OKWU’s TOWER magazine, OKWU’s admission marketing brochure collateral, and a magazine print ad campaign.

“It is always nice for our team’s creative to be recognized in this way,” says Matt Pendergraff, PDG+creative Executive Creative Director/Principal and OKWU alumni. “We have a fantastic partnership with the university and we share a common vision. That allows us to be able to create targeted collateral that gets results for them.” 

In the last 20 years, PDG+creative has earned numerous ADDY® awards and Citation of Excellence awards, including Best of Show. They have also been recognized multiple times by Graphic Design USA, the International Academy of the Visual Arts, and the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association. Their award-winning work has included identity systems, non-profit collateral, event collateral, interactive development and direct marketing, among others.

PDG+creative fulfills a variety of marketing and design needs for local, regional, national and international clientele who demand innovative solutions. To learn more about PDG+creative and their marketing and design solutions, visit their website at The firm can also be reached by calling 918.337.0414. PDG+creative operates in Bartlesville’s historic Pioneer Building at 319 S. Dewey, Suite 200.

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