Stokes Creative Group, Inc., Receives Gold Hermes Award For Underground Railroad Educational Program

VINCENTOWN, NJ. – Stokes Creative Group, Inc., a certified woman-owned business (WBE/DBE/SBE/WBENC), is proud to announce that their video production for the Burlington County Underground Railroad Interview with Louise Calloway recently earned a 2015 Gold Hermes Creative Award.

This documentary was produced for the Burlington County Resource Conservation to capture the unparalleled stories of the local and national heroes as told by the Underground Railroad Museum Founder, Louise Calloway.

“It is truly an honor to receive this gold Hermes award for the Underground Railroad Interview documentary,” said President and Founder, Joanne Stokes. “This prestigious award serves as a tribute to our talented team’s dedication and commitment to quality, as well as the significance of this one-of-a-kind historic production.”

The Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals involved in the concept, writing and design of traditional and emerging media. The gold award is presented to entries judged to be among the most outstanding of more than 6,000 entries from the US and 22 other countries.

About Stokes Creative Group, Inc.

Stokes Creative Group, Inc., is a full-service marketing firm with more than 30 years in business, specializing in the transportation and construction industries. Their staff’s diverse expertise allows them to provide unique approaches to achieve the specific business objectives of their clients. Additionally, their goal is to help clients tell the story of their successes and triumphs as the inspiration to develop a story that will set them apart from their competitors, or help the company grow.

Stokes Creative Group, Inc. is as unique as their clientele, and has had the pleasure of working directly with industry leaders. They have offices throughout the East Coast including New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Florida.

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