Mailer for Mayor Nicholas Sacco’s Campaign Recognized With Prestigious Industry Award
Vision Media Marketing Inc. was named a winner at last night’s Stanley F. Reed Awards, a prestigious annual showcase of the best in political campaign and public affairs work presented by Campaigns and Elections magazine. The firm’s work on behalf of North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the Sacco Team in the May 2019 nonpartisan election was the winner in the “Best Spanish Language Direct Mail Piece” category. Vision Media has produced hundreds of bilingual mail pieces over its 35 year history, as well as television ads, radio ads and more, and the firm considers itself a leader in crafting effective Spanish-language media.
“We’re excited to see our work once again recognized with a Reed Award, especially in this category given the vital importance of candidates and organizations being able to effectively communicate with a diverse audience in Spanish,” said Vision Media Vice President Philip Swibinski. “Our strong capabilities and experience in creating Spanish-language media is a unique asset that we believe differentiates us from many other firms. With the Hispanic community continuing to grow into an even stronger electoral force in New Jersey and the country as a whole, the need to communicate in Spanish will only grow and our firm is well positioned to meet that demand.”
Vision Media has previously won Reed Awards for television, direct mail and radio advertising, and it had two other mail pieces place as finalists in this year’s awards. The firm is based in Secaucus, NJ and provides public relations, media, communications and strategic consulting services to clients ranging from campaigns to government entities to private businesses. The firm is managed by its Vice President Philip Swibinski and its President and Founder Paul Swibinski. It also includes Chief Financial Officer Jean Swibinski, Creative Director Claire Swibinski, Account Executives Juan P. Escobar, Dan Knitzer, Caitlin Mota and Grant Ludmer and Digital Designer Julia Clay.