Signal Theory Recognized Nationally for Animal Health Marketing Campaigns
National NAMA Award Winning Work

Signal Theory was recently recognized by the National Agri-Marketing Association (NAMA) at the National “Best of NAMA” Awards with two first-place wins for their campaign work with Merck Animal Health. The firm also took home two merit finishes.

“We look forward to the National ‘Best of NAMA’ Awards each year to celebrate some of the best work in agricultural marketing and communications,” says John January, co-CEO, Signal Theory. “It’s always an honor to be recognized among industry peers, and our winning campaigns showcase our commitment to help our clients deliver smart solutions to the agriculture and animal health audiences.”

First-place campaigns include

Merck Animal Health: “Cattle Friendly Vaccines” Campaign (National Multimedia Campaign)


Merck Animal Health: “Cattle Friendly Vaccines” Print Ad (Single-Page Ads)


Merits include

W.F. Young: UltraShield “Don’t Let Them Feast” Campaign (Specialty Advertising Campaign)

Ultrashield Fly Spray

Seaboard Foods: Prairie Fresh “Good to Know” Campaign (Company or Producer-Funded Advertising Campaign – Directed to Consumers

The awards ceremony was held virtually on Aug. 11  in conjunction with the NAMA Conference, which was delayed from its original scheduled date in April.

To see a full list of winners, click here.

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