Upstate Masonry Institute’s
“For a Future That Matters” Video
Wins Telly Award
ALBANY, NY – Upstate Masonry Institute (UMI) is proud to share that its recent industry video titled “For a Future That Matters” was selected as a Telly Award winner.
Produced by Galileo Media Arts based out of Saratoga Springs, NY, the video won for General Branded Content in Video Advertising. Hailed as the honor of excellence in local, regional and national video content, The Telly Award is the leading national award organization honoring excellence across all screens. The Telly Award Judging Council is comprised of a group of 200+ working industry leaders.
“When we decided to invest in video content, we knew we had a vision, our objective was to promote masonry, highlighting the short- and long-term benefits of building with such a superior product. Galileo truly captured the essence of masonry, we couldn’t be happier with the outcome of all the videos that they brought to life.”
– Amanda Bedian, Director of Business Development and Marketing – Upstate Masonry Institute
Upstate Masonry Institute is dedicated to improving the overall utilization of masonry materials of all types in the Upstate New York area in commercial, industrial and institutional construction projects. UMI represents the masonry industry, by educating the public and industry about masonry, providing the knowledge and means of increasing efficiency and productivity in masonry, and advocating the increased use of brick, block and stone.
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