Main Street Creative Team Awarded Top Honors by Graphic Design USA

Main Street is pleased to announce our creative team has been awarded 11 design awards in the 2019 American Inhouse Design Awards competition sponsored by Graphics Design USA (GDUSA).

The design competition is the premier showcase for outstanding work by inhouse designers, recognizing designer talent and the value they bring to their businesses. In 2019, more than 5,000 entries were submitted—with only the top submissions being recognized as winners.

Main Street’s creative team won 11 awards across 10 design categories. The winners are as follows:

Annual Reports + Corporate Reports

Zac Uselton

GDUSA Annual Reports Winner - Zac Uselton

Brochures + Collateral

Allison Mathews

GDUSA Brochures, Collateral Winner - Allison Mathews

Catalogs

Allison Mathews

GDUSA Catalogs Winner - Allison Mathews

Direct Mail + Direct Response

Allison Mathews

Jon Stutler

GDUSA Catalogs Winner - Allison Mathews - Jon Stutler

Infographics

Zac Uselton

GDUSA Infographics Winner - Zac Uselton

Internet + Online (Website, App, Banner, Email, Social Media)

Allison Mathews

GDUSA Internet Winner - Allison Mathews

Letterhead + Stationery

Zac Uselton

GDUSA Stationery Winner - Zac Uselton

Posters

Allison Mathews

GDUSA Posters Winner - Allison Mathews

Presentations

Zac Uselton

GDUSA Presentations Winner - Zac Uselton

Surface + Fleet Graphics

Allison Mathews

Jon Stutler

Zac Uselton

GDUSA Fleet Winner - Allison Mathews - Jon Stutler - Zac Uelton

“We are thrilled to be recognized with 11 awards, among the nation’s top inhouse design teams by GDUSA,” said Samantha Vance, VP of Marketing at Main Street. “The awards are a reflection of our creative team’s amazing talent and relentless passion for bringing our customer’s brands to life with each project we’re given the opportunity to play a part in.”

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