Rose Calendars celebrates quintuple win at World Calendar Awards
Rose Calendars has continued with a winning streak, despite the pandemic, scooping an amazing five awards in the World Calendar Awards announced last month.
No stranger to awards for its promotional calendars, the Colchester based manufacturer entered a selection of calendars into the international competition, not knowing whether 2021 would see any wins amidst lockdowns and furlough schemes. No national awards were organised last autumn, due to coronavirus, so the marketing team at Rose was understandably cautious about entering the World Awards. Despite reservations, Rose Calendars won an impressive five accolades, across diverse themes, with two gold awards, two silver awards and one bronze.
The flagship calendar entitled ‘Ethos – Inspirational Images, Aspirational Thoughts for 2021’ won Gold in the Best Scenic category with its images and quotes to inspire businesses.
‘Deep Blue’ was awarded both silver and gold awards for ‘Best Scenic’ and ‘Best Animal/Wildlife’ Photography.
Landscape photographer Colin Prior’s Elementals Calendar won a bronze award in Best Scenic for the dramatic images found in this calendar and last but not least, 360interactive won a silver award for ‘Most Original’, bringing the number of awards for this title to an impressive eight awards in total.
The awards organised by The Calendar Marketing Association span the globe with producers from around the world entering amidst stiff competition. They showcase some of the best corporate calendars from various manufacturers, and bring a quality mark to these hugely useful promotional products.
Marketing manager Elizabeth Rose said, ‘We are very proud of our wins for 2021, especially as it has been a tough year for many of our customers. We hope they can now look forward to 2022 and use our award winning calendars to promote their businesses in the future.’