Cadient Group Receives Multiple Awards at 2008 DTC National Advertising Awards

WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Cadient Group, the premier strategic interactive marketing agency serving the healthcare industry, announced today it recently received one silver and two bronze awards at the DTC National Advertising Awards dinner on Thursday, April 17, 2008. Cadient Group campaigns were honored in the categories of Best Non- Branded Web site, Best Branded Pharmaceutical Web site, and Best Digital Media Campaign.

"We are honored to have multiple campaigns recognized with awards at this year's DTC National Advertising Awards," said Stephen Wray, president and CEO, Cadient Group. "This is a testament to our partnerships with innovative clients and our shared commitment to delivering greater relevance to consumers online. For Cadient Group, the key to our campaigns' success lies in our ability to align individual client needs with relevant innovation to drive meaningful experiences and measurable results."

Cadient Group received the following awards at this year's 2008 DTC National Advertising Awards:

The DTC National Advertising Awards are designed to honor excellence in DTC creative based on independent judging of the campaign creative.

About Cadient Group

Cadient Group is an interactive marketing network focused on the healthcare industry. Our companies align client needs with relevant innovation to deliver meaningful experiences and measurable results. Across Cadient Group, our strategic insight helps clients better utilize multi-channel marketing to enhance connections with consumer and professional audiences. Cadient Group clients consistently realize the full potential of their brand, franchise, and corporate healthcare communications. With Cadient Group, you'll Experience Results. For more information about Cadient Group, visit www.cadient.com.

SOURCE Cadient Group

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