Noise, Inc. wins 2008 national hospitality awards


SANIBEL, FL — NOISE, Inc., a multi-media branding communications agency with more than 550 awards in its history, won three 2008 HSMAI (Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International) Adrian Awards of excellence for ‘Tween Waters Inn Island Resort (Gold in E-Marketing) and Florida Repertory Theatre (Two Bronze in Advertising Campaign and Integrated Web Marketing Campaign) at the national competition this November.

The “Half Crazy Super Sale” promotion was awarded the Gold HSMAI Award of Excellence for the client ‘Tween Waters Inn, focusing on a growing trend in web marketing that included integrated e-blasts, web-banner advertising, and landing pages. NOISE’s overall campaign with Florida Rep was also presented with two Bronze Awards for advertising in print, web, and interactive media, and overall design and construction of the new web site. The innovative web site also showcases the creative content used in the Florida Rep ad campaign.

NOISE’s work for ‘Tween Waters Inn and Florida Rep has been significantly honored over the past two years, including past HSMAI awards of excellence, as well as numerous Addy Awards — including 42 awards at the 2008 competition.

“With great clients such as ‘Tween Waters Inn and Florida Rep, it is easy to create meaningful award-winning work,” said NOISE chief creative officer, John Sprecher. “It’s a great honor to be able to contribute to our clients’ successes, and we look forward to littering their walls with these finely-framed testimonials to our abilities.”

NOISE ( is a 22-year, smart-branding communications agency that specializes in travel, tourism, hospitality, healthcare, real estate, construction, retail, food, beverage, telecommunications, teledata, finance, insurance, disabilities, and faith-based marketing. NOISE provides free monthly marketing communications via and a free brand analysis at Marketers interested in a confidential meeting can contact chairman John Sprecher or CEO Milissa Sprecher at 239.395.9555 or president Mary Parodo at 414.226.4900.