Ad for Glenwood Springs’ Spa of the Rockies wins award for Edwards advertising group
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado A television advertisement for the Glenwood Hot Springs Pools Spa of the Rockies has won a Bronze Telly Award for the Hill & Co. agency that created the ad.The ad agency, in business since 1978 and based in Edwards, counts Colorado Mountain News Media (owner of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent) among its roster of clients.The Telly Awards highlight local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, film and video productions, and web commercials, videos and films.The commercial was created by a team that included: Tim Campbell, vice president and creative director of Hill & Co.; Linda Hill, account manager at Hill & Co.; Stephen J. Fort, Mindsweep Productions; model Carrie Pagano; and the staff at Glenwood Hot Springs.I credit innovation and the great communication weve experienced in our partnership with the Glenwood Hot Springs for enabling the creation of an award-winning commercial, says Hill, also president of Hill & Co. Inspired by rich, thermal mineral waters that promote wellness and vitality and located in the heart of the majestic Colorado Rockies, Glenwood Hot Springs offers such a lovely backdrop for the work we do. It was very challenging to film an effective spot when the spa was completely torn up and under construction. I especially credit our client, Kjell Mitchell (manager of the hot springs), for his confidence in our script, said Campbell. The Hot Springs has been a client of Hill & Co. for more than nine years.
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