2nd June 2020
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Marketing agency WAA Chosen has had their deep sector knowledge and creative talent recognised at the prestigious Drum Roses Awards. 

The Midlands-based business beat some of the industries biggest names to pick up gold awards for their work with Volkswagen Group and Tarmac.    The highly competitive Drum Roses Awards identifies, rewards and celebrates the best work across advertising, digital and design.   WAA Chosen, based in Sutton Coldfield, has specialist hubs in food & drink, (Stir) automotive (Open Road) and building and construction (Hi-Vis) - working with the likes of Britvic, VW Group and Jewson.   Overall, the company’s work was recognised in five different categories in total, picking up another bronze in Open Road, and receiving nominations for Stir after the team created a completely new brand for international food company Lamb Weston.   WAA Chosen Managing Director, Dan Clifford said: “Is it great to have picked up this award for work that has had huge commercial impact for the clients in question.   “When we created the specialist hubs we wanted to combine unrivalled sector knowledge and audience insight with our creative heritage to deliver campaign ideas that would truly resonate – it is fantastic to have approach validated in this way.   “It is another great accolade for the talented WAA Chosen team and for our client partner that have sought to work with an agency that is truly immersed in their sectors.”   WAA Chosen is an independent, integrated agency that’s been successfully helping its clients’ brands get chosen more often for nearly thirty-five years, using knowledge, connections and audience insight to deliver a business advantage.   Want to know more? Speak to Will Cole, Head of Sales & Marketing. 07971 921 173 Will.cole@waachosen.co.uk
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