It's Big Wig time again, and we could really use your vote to help us add a few more trophies to our awards shelves! Once more, VIEO team members have been nominated for AAF Knoxville Big Wig Awards (or "wiggies" as we like to call them).
We love getting nominated, but campaigning always makes us feel a little awkward...
... but not so awkward that we don't want to win!
Please help us out by voting for VIEO before Friday, October 13th.
This year’s ballot includes 7 VIEO Design team members in the running for 8 of this year’s award categories:
Best Digital Rep - Candice McNamara (last year's winner)
Best Blogger - Rachel Vaughn (VIEO won in this category in 2015 and 2016)
Best Digital Strategist/Analyst - Holly Yalove
Best Project Manager - Torrie Boggs (last year's winner)
Best SEM/SEO Specialist - Brian Greer (previous two-time winner)
Best Web Programmer - Ryan Ridings (last year's winner)
Best Support/Administrator - Mitchell Transue
Most Likely to Be My Boss in 10 Years - Candice McNamara (last year's winner)
That's right, Candice is in there twice again this year. Wouldn't you love to see her with an award in each hand? Let's make it happen! If you have any trouble finding us on the Big Wig ballot, just search for "VIEO" on the page.
Polls are open to everyone now through Friday, October 13th, and it only takes about a minute to cast your vote. If you like our work (or just our oddball charm), please take a minute to recognize our team members who put in the time, skill, and hard work to help make us great.
The 8th annual Big Wigs are sponsored by the American Advertising Federation of Knoxville. AAF Knoxville is the local chapter of the nation’s oldest and one of its largest advertising trade associations. This year, winners will be announced at an awards gala Wednesday evening, October 25th, at The Emporium Center – Arts & Culture Alliance located in downtown Knoxville, TN.
Why wait? Vote for VIEO Design now and help us close 2017 with a bang. We plan to attend the event in our biggest, boldest wigs in support of our teammates, and we'd love to see them on stage picking up their Wiggies (okay, now it's starting to sound weird).