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Photo courtesy of Cats Eye Marcom
Photo courtesy of Cats Eye Marcom

One Astoria firm brought home the win and caught the eye of those in its industry.

Cats Eye Marcom, a marketing, design and consulting firm based in the western Queens neighborhood, won five awards at the 12th Annual Horizon Interactive Awards, an international interactive media competition.

The firm was recognized in four categories. It received Silver Awards in E-Commerce/Shopping for the BBES Lingerie website and Print for the Marathon Energy Brochure. It was also honored with Bronze Awards for Restaurant/Food Industry Website for Hell Gate Tiki and for Advocacy/Non-Profit websites for both The Dominic A. Murray 21 Memorial Foundation Inc. and Peter F. Vallone Jr. for Queens Borough President.

“We are extremely honored to have won five different awards,” said Sonja Mylonas, CEO of Cats Eye Marcom. “We work extensively to create the most innovative, engaging and successful websites we can — creating a reflection of each individual we work with. We look forward to growing and learning, and continuing to design cutting-edge websites.”

The Horizon Interactive Awards was an international competition that had over 1,600 entries from over 24 countries. The panel of judges consisted of industry professionals with diverse backgrounds, as well as an end user panel, that evaluated categories ranging from online advertising to mobile applications.

“Winners in this year’s competition highlight the best blend of technology, cutting-edge thinking, outstanding user-experience and overall aesthetics,” said Mike Sauce, founder of the Horizon Interactive Awards.



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