Wyndham Vacation Rentals, part of the Wyndham Worldwide family of brands, announced recently that ResortQuest associate Robyn Patterson was recently recognized with nine ADDY Awards for her work on several print and digital campaigns. Patterson received two Gold, one of which boasts Best of Show, and seven Silver awards at the 24th annual American Advertising Federation Emerald Coast Chapter ADDY Awards.
Patterson was awarded a Gold ADDY award and Best of Show for the company-produced publication Beach Dreams guide, and Silver ADDY and Judges Choice Award for Beach Dreams cover. She received an additional Gold ADDY Judges Choice Award for ResortQuest Email Blasts.
Additional Silver ADDY Awards include company-produced publications, Destin Pointe Living and TOPS’L life. Patterson also received Silver ADDY awards for the ResortQuest Vacation Voucher, 850 Magazine ad, Trolley Times Ad and a Silver ADDY Judges Choice Award for Bowlegs Charity Golf Invitation.
The ADDY Awards honor advertising excellence across multiple media platforms including print, broadcast and non-traditional channels by recognizing companies and individuals for their achievements and creativity through the chapter’s local competition. Winners of the ADDY Awards will be eligible to compete in the second level of the three-tiered ADDY Awards competition, which includes district then national ADDY awards, presented annually in June by the national AAF organization.
“Robyn’s talents and creativity in graphic design are truly impressive. She literally brings our messages to life,” said Lino Maldonado, vice president of operations for Wyndham Vacation Rentals' Gulf Region. “Robyn touches each piece of the Gulf Region’s marketing collateral and we appreciate the local AAF chapter selecting Robyn’s work as some of the best in the region. We’re proud of her accomplishments and thankful to have her as part of our team.”
Patterson serves as regional senior graphics manager for Wyndham Vacation Rentals and ResortQuest Real Estate. She has received 57 ADDYs over her 11-year tenure with the company.