LAVIDGE, a Phoenix-based unified agency offering advertising, public relations and digital marketing services earned 14 awards at the Sixth Annual Arizona Innovation Marketing Association (AZIMA) TIM Awards including four mastery awards for the categories of Non-Profit Web Site, Video Ad, Social Real-Time Engagement and Online Video. 

LAVIDGE saw eight clients recognized across the 14 awards received. Notably, Arizona Commerce Authority for Non-Profit Web Site and Cable ONE for Video Ad. 


Arizona Commerce Authority: Non-profit Web Site – Mastery

Cable ONE: Consumer Web Site – Excellence

Cable ONE: eCommerce Web Site – Excellence

Cable ONE: Video Ad – Mastery

Delta Dental: Campaign Web Site – Excellence

Delta Dental: Integrated B2B Campaign – Excellence

Fellowship Square: Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Campaign – Excellence

ISM Raceway: Integrated Consumer Campaign – Excellence

LAVIDGE: Content Marketing Campaign – Excellence

The “Billy Email” (Newsletter): Email Marketing Campaign – Excellence

Let’s Treat PHX: Social Real-Time Engagement – Mastery

PROSE: Consumer Web Site – Excellence

PROSE Online Video – Mastery

Synergy HomeCare: Consumer Web Site – Excellence

Recently held at the Found:RE Phoenix Hotel, the AZIMA TIM Awards are dedicated to honoring and recognizing digital marketing professionals and their successful marketing campaigns and innovation. AZIMA stands for the Arizona Interactive Marketing Association.

Stephen Heitz, president of AZIMA and chief innovation officer with LAVIDGE, praised the overall quality of winning entries in this year’s competition.

“It’s inspiring to see all of the great and innovative work being done in our industry by local marketing professionals,” Heitz said. “That’s exactly what we hope to achieve with the AZIMA TIM Awards. LAVIDGE, and our competitors, have taken the challenge to improve ourselves by constantly pushing boundaries. Because of this we are all winners, including the clients who benefit daily from high-quality, effective marketing campaigns.”