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Goble & Associates Creative Work Awarded at Advertising Industry Competitions
Date:12/17/2009

Honors from the Rx Club, the Daveys, the GLOBALS, and PM360 Pharma Choice Awards Programs.

(PRWEB) December 17, 2009 -- Chicago-based full-service healthcare communications agency Goble & Associates, Inc. (G&A) recently received recognition from advertising and marketing awards programs honoring exceptional creative and interactive work.

THE RX CLUB AWARDS
The Rx Club presented G&A with 9 Awards of Excellence for the following creative work: Hospira LifeShield ad campaign, VisIV sales aid, and Voluven sales aid; PreNexa launch campaign and patient education brochure for Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc.; INOmax launch campaign for Ikaria Holdings, Inc.; Journey of Achievement illustrations created for Phadia US Inc; the Sakura Finetek USA website; and the Sancuso website created for ProStrakan, Inc.

Founded in 1986 by Ina and Carveth Kramer, the RX Club Show honors the creative aspects of pharmaceutical product advertising and promotion. The show is judged in various categories by a panel of industry experts and is based solely on creativity. Creative concept and execution remain the only criteria for merit—not media buy or budget.

The RX Club Show has grown to become an international icon in the healthcare industry. Since its inception, the RX Club Show has remained true to its original mission of providing an independent forum for the worldwide healthcare advertising community to exchange ideas, showcase their best creative projects, and bring forth innovative ideas in the expanding healthcare marketplace.

THE DAVEY AWARDS
G&A received 2 Gold and 5 Silver Awards from The Davey Awards. The 2 Gold Awar
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