BlaineTurner Advertising Receives Aster Award for UHC Website

BlaineTurner Advertising (BTA), a full-service marketing and public relations agency, has been awarded a bronze Aster Award for the United Hospital Center (UHC) Website, www.thenewuhc.com.  UHC is located in Bridgeport, W.Va.

The New UHC Website was launched in July 2010 to support the grand opening of the new UHC on October 3, 2010.  The Website was designed to be user-friendly and a resource for patients and their families.  An application to help visitors “Find A Doc” was built into the Website.  The application helps the public search for UHC doctors by name, specialties and gender.

The Aster Awards is a medical marketing awards program allowing healthcare organizations and advertising agencies to compete against similarly sized competitors from across the nation and the world.  The Aster Awards is hosted by Creative Images, Inc., an internationally recognized firm that has specialized in strategic healthcare marketing for more than 17 years.   More information is available at http://bit.ly/kvUy3U.

“This is a great way to celebrate our 25th year in business,” said Ginna Royce, Agency Director. “It’s rewarding when our work receives recognition in international competition.”

“The UHC Website demonstrates what we’re capable of doing for our clients,” added Galen Shaffer, the agency’s Art Director and designer for the award-winning Website. “This site is a perfect example of how our team was able to pool together their various skills and talents to create something really special.”

BTA specializes in strategic communications and brand advertising for clients’ online, print, tradeshow, marketing, promotion and broadcast needs.   BTA has a diverse group of clients with expertise in healthcare, tourism, heavy industry, energy and non-profit sectors.  For more information, please visit our portfolio to view other healthcare marketing.  www.blaineturner.com.

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