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TMP Wins Most Creative Excellence Awards in North America

February 15

Including the Highest Honor, the Dansker Award

Awards & Accolades

TMP won 55 Creative Excellence Awards, the most for Recruitment Advertising Campaigns in North America, at the 2009 Creative Excellence Awards run by Recruitment Marketplace. Each year, Recruitment Marketplace bestows its Creative Excellence Awards upon agencies in recognition of high achievement in creative recruitment advertising. This year's awards were judged by a panel of the finest creative and professional talent from across the country.

TMP Worldwide won the most awards for Recruitment Advertising Campaigns in North America, including the Dansker Award and grand prizes for: Print Promotions and Collateral, Best Campaign for a General Audience, and College Communications. TMP continued to showcase innovation within the digital space - sweeping the Mobile Marketing category, and winning awards for website and microsite development.

"We're honored to be recognized, and these awards really speak to the extraordinary clients with whom we have had the opportunity to partner," stated Michelle Abbey, President and CEO of TMP Worldwide. "It is through our strong relationships and collaboration with our clients that we are able to do award-winning work and continue to deliver highly-effective creative solutions. We're pleased to accept these awards on their behalf."

Abbey added that while TMP has consistently been recognized for its superior creativity and innovation, none of it would be possible without the dedication of the entire creative team. "Our talented staff provides an unprecedented level of client service, and I congratulate them on winning these awards. I'd also like to thank Recruitment Marketplace and their panel of judges for acknowledging TMP's continued contribution to the recruitment advertising industry."

To learn more about TMP's Creative services, email us at creative@tmp.com. To read about all of TMP's award winnings, go to TMP Awards.

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