We’re thrilled to announce that our clients won two prestigious awards at Wednesday’s REVO Awards hosted at Battersea Power Station, London.
The Darwin Centre’s escape room operator, LevelUp Escapes, was awarded with Independent Operator of The Year while the Harvey Centre in Harlow collected first prize for Best Marketing Campaign of the year on a shoestring budget for their highly original and brave Bug Bistro.
We also celebrated Castle Quay, Banbury being a finalist in the New Development of the Year award, for their new Waterfront Development.
The award wins follow hard on the heels of three further stand-out wins at the recent SCEPTRE Awards in London this autumn. Victoria Place in Woking picked up the winning prize for “The Forgotten Toys” CSR campaign which earlier in the year also won a Global MAXI Award announced in Las Vegas.
The Darwin Centre’s operations manager was also crowned Operations Manager of the year at the awards, while Chris Catford, manager of Lock29 at Castle Quay, Banbury was awarded Manager of the Year for a Small Centre, beating of immense competition. Shaun Brown of Vicar Lane in Chesterfield won second place for Manager of the Year (medium centre).
A big well done to everyone of the team involved in all the winning entries!
Alan Thornton, MD of AL Marketing said, “It’s been a spectacular year for award wins for us and our clients – across the globe. We’re so pleased that so many of our centres have been acknowledged. We’re looking forward to what next year brings and creating even bigger and bolder award-winning campaigns in 2024”.