The 2004 ADDY® Awards Recognize RepairOne® Automotive Concepts L.L.C for Achievements in Advertising

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With a multi-media advertising campaign that is less than a year old, automotive repair center, RepairOne®, was recognized on Saturday March 13th by the American Advertising Federation for outstanding advertising...

Daytona Beach, FL March 20 2004-- Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the ADDY® Awards honor excellence in advertising and cultivate the highest creative standards in the industry. The competition begins at the local level with the 210 AAF member clubs nationwide from which local winners proceed to 14 regional competitions. Those winners then proceed to the national finals.

This year, RepairOne® was recognized for outstanding advertising. With a campaign that is not even a year old, a distinction of this caliber is a definite honor for the entire RepairOne® team.

Todd Hayes, RepairOne® President, attended the ADDY Awards in Daytona Beach on Friday, March 12, 2004. Hayes quoted the event as being, “a massive conglomeration of savvy, creative and out-of-the box thinking marketing executives from all over.” “To have the opportunity to represent RepairOne® at a function of this nature was an absolute privilege. I am so proud of how far RepairOne® advertising has come in such a short amount of time in addition to where RepairOne® advertising is heading in the future. Even though this is our first ever ADDY Award, this is only the beginning,” remarked Hayes.

RepairOne® has already created every type of marketing piece imaginable, including a television commercial.“

To date, RepairOne® is the first automotive repair service center to receive 2 silver ADDY awards with no agency representation. This just goes to show that when it comes to advertising, the executives at RepairOne® have the ability to think “out-of-this world!”

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