Overland Park, Kan., August 3, 2020 — DEG took home seven individual honors for six clients at the 2020 Kansas City Direct Marketing Association’s virtual AMBIT Awards celebration on July 23.

“We’re excited to share these incredible wins with our clients and are proud that our collaborations to grow their businesses are being recognized.”
—John Stauffer, Managing Director of Strategic Planning and Channel Strategy at DEG

The agency’s recognition included Gold AMBIT for The Salvation Army’s Giving Tuesday campaign, two Silver AMBITs for HUB International’s employee advocacy campaign and The Salvation Army’s Rock the Red Kettle event branding, and four Bronze AMBITs for PepsiCo’s CRM customer engagement, DRI DUCK’s influencer campaign, Heritage Parts’ ecommerce journey, and Renewal by Andersen’s lead nurture journey.

“The KCDMA AMBIT Awards always honor the best campaign strategies and executions that engender action and product results,” said John Stauffer, managing director of strategic planning and channel strategy at DEG. “We’re excited to share these incredible wins with our clients and are proud that our collaborations to grow their businesses are being recognized.”

This year, the AMBITs award show was produced virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic as the Kansas City marketing community gathered online to celebrate the results.

About KCDMA AMBIT Awards

The KCDMA AMBIT Awards honors excellence in data-driven marketing. Now in its 72nd year, the AMBITs continue to celebrate cutting-edge marketing campaigns developed by professionals across the Kansas City metropolitan area.

About DEG

DEG is a full-service digital agency crafting data-driven, creatively led, and customer-centric experiences that resonate at the point of greatest impact. We fuse creativity, strategy, and technology to transform our clients’ businesses and engage their customers in the moments that matter most. DEG can be found at www.degdigital.com and on Twitter @DEGdigital.

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