Awards

2013  The Wildlife Society Conservation Education Media Award
“America’s Darling:  The Story of Jay N. “Ding” Darling”
Press Release

2013 “Roses” Award
The Des Moines Register has awarded Marvo a “Rose” for “pushing Iowa to carry on the conservation legacy of Register cartoonist ‘Ding’ Darling.”

2012 Silver W3 Award
-The Marvo Entertainment Group LLC website has been awarded a Silver W3 Award by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.
Press Release
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2011 Silver Communicator Award of Distinction
“Our Ultimate Commitment: Children”

This short video following the story of the Breckenridge-Grayson Head Start program has been awarded a Silver Communicator Award of Distinction by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.

2011 Silver Communicator Award of Distinction
“Main Street, More Than Just A Place!”

Celebrating the success of Kentucky’s Main Street preservation programs, this thirty-minute documentary was awarded the Silver Communicator Award of Distinction by the International Academy of the Visual Arts.

2011 Silver Communicator Award of Distinction
“My Kentucky Home: Grayson County”

The latest production in the My Kentucky Home series received a Silver Communicator Award of Distinction from the International Academy of the Visual Arts.

The Communicator Awards is the leading international awards program honoring creative excellence for communication professionals, sanctioned and judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, an invitation-only body consisting of top-tier professionals from a “Who’s Who” of acclaimed media, advertising, and marketing firms.
Press Release

2009 Silver Communicator Award of Distinction
“HorseSmarts: Essential Advice for Today’s Horse Owner”

Marvo has been awarded a coveted Communicator Award for “HorseSmarts: Essential Advice for Today’s Horse Owner” produced for the Kentucky Horse Council, Lexington, KY.

“On behalf of the International Academy of Visual Arts and the Communicator Awards, we are proud to announce that the judging is complete for the 2009 Communicator Awards and your work was selected as a winner.

The 2009 Communicator Awards featured an incredible pool of over 7,000 entries, making it the largest and most prestigious award of its kind. Being honored with a Communicator Award is a remarkable accomplishment and a testament to the world with the Communicator statuette serving as a lasting symbol of communication excellence.”

Linda Day, Executive Director
International Academy of the Visual Arts

The Ida Lee Willis Memorial Foundation Award for Preservation
“Let’s Paint the Town!”

Merit Award for Audiovisual Production
“My Kentucky Home: Caldwell County I” (2005)
“My Kentucky Home: Caldwell County II” (2008)
“My Kentucky Home: Crittenden County” (2009)

2007 The History Channel Save Our History Award – 1926 African-American School Preservation Project

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