Silverstein claims top award for Baby ad
Benjamin Silverstein, right, star of 'Baby Ad,' with Adam Silverstein and former Vice President Al Gore. By PolitickerNJ Staff | February 2nd, 2013 - 11:03am
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Campaigns & Elections announced today that Silver Strategies and Communication Group is the 2013 Reed Award winner for excellence in the category of Local, County or Judicial Television Advertisement. Silver Strategies was recognized for last year's Bergen County Democrats' "Baby Ad."

"It is a distinct honor to be recognized by Campaigns and Elections Magazine and to receive this award from a panel of judges who represent many of the greatest political minds in the United States," said Adam Silverstein, President of Silver Strategies. 

The Reed Awards recognize excellence in campaign management, political consulting and political communication. The awards, named after Campaigns & Elections founder Stanley Foster Reed, embody his mission to strive for excellence in political campaigning. 

"As we celebrate the best in political campaigning and communication for the fifth annual Reed Awards Dinner, Campaigns & Elections is proud to acknowledge the groundbreaking entries submitted by the members of this exclusive group of award winners,” said Campaigns & Elections Publisher Shane Greer. “We’re grateful for the efforts and insights of our outstanding panel of judges and equally grateful to host our finalists and winners, all of whom have put forth remarkable and influential work this year.”

The winning companies represent the top talent in the political and public affairs consulting business in the fields of Direct Mail, Newspaper Advertising, Live and Automated Phones, Political Technology, Online Advertising, Signage and Collateral Material, Radio and Television.

Silver Strategies and Communications Group is a full service Public Relations and Political Consulting Firm located in River Vale.

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