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2009 National Sales and Marketing Award Winners
Read what this year’s winners did and get inspired
In an industry where marketing and advertising budgets are often the first to go in hard times, The National Sales and Marketing Award gold winners — sales and marketing professionals; home builders and associates; and sales and marketing councils — took the lemons they were thrown and made some lemon twists in regard to marketing programs that will bring their companies accolades, publicity and ultimately sales.
The creative fires still burn. This year zoo animals were used for branding; an online "matchmaking" service was created for home buyers; and one team reused a slick, urban agricultural structure (no, it's not a barn!). Plus, Baltimore — a market you don't normally see a lot from — netted major recognitions, too.
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Intro: The 2009 National Sales and Marketing Award Gold Winners
|Site Point, Baltimore | Best Attached Community of the Year / Best Urban Sales Office / Best Brochure for a Community Priced over $1 million|
|Bridgeland, Cypress, Texas | Best Master Planned Community of the Year|
|The Trails at Brightwater, Huntington Beach, Calif. | Best Detached Community of the Year|
|Ritz-Carlton Residences Inner Harbor, Baltimore | Best Design for an Attached Community / Best Landscape Design|
|Miraval Plan 313 at Stapleton Court Homes, Denver | Best Single Family Detached Home Priced $400,000 to $650,000|
|Port 121 at Seabridge, Unit J, Oxnard, Calif. | Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Priced $400,000 to $650,000|
|Five Lanterns at Pinehills, Residence One, Plymouth, Mass., and The Ridge at Cintarosa, Scottsdale, Ariz. | TIED – Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Priced over $1 million|
|The Ridge at Cintarosa, Scottsdale, Ariz., and Five Lanterns at Pinehills, Residence One, Plymouth, Mass. | TIED – Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Priced over $1 million|
|Celebrate by Del Webb, Fredericksburg, Va. | Best brochure for a Community priced under $400,000 / Best Marketing Campaign for a Green Built Community|
|Giraffe Condos, Toronto | Best Overall Ad Campaign / Best Signage|
|1010 Midtown, Atlanta | Best Color Ad / Best Series of Related Print Ads|
|Simonini Builders Corporate Brochure | Best Corporate Brochure|
|MYC Condos, Toronto | Best Brochure for a Community priced $400,000 to $650,000|
|Artesana Rosewood Residence, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico | Best Black & White Ad|
|NXT at Windemere by the Lake, Toronto | Best Graphic Continuity|
|Shappell Matchmaker Campaign | Best Internet Marketing Campaign|
|'1' Hotel, Mammoth Lakes, Calif. | Best On the Boards Ad Campaign|
|Additional Gold Award Winners|
|Judges – 2009 National Sales Marketing Award|
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