Stephanie Azzarone, president of long-time M2Moms sponsor Child’s Play Communications, has been named the winner of five Stevie® Awards for Women in Business, including three Gold Awards and a Grand Award. The awards were presented at a dinner on Friday, November 8, at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.

Stephanie Azzarone, President of Child's Play Communications

Stephanie Azzarone, President of Child’s Play Communications

Child’s Play Communications specializes in connecting companies with moms, through public relations, social media, content development and word of mouth marketing. Azzarone received the following accolades for herself and her agency:

  • Gold Award, Most Innovative Company of the Year
  • Gold Award, Innovator of the Year — Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations and Business Services
  • Gold Award, Lifetime Achievement — Business: Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations and Business Services
  • Silver Award, Woman of the Year — Advertising, Marketing & Public Relations

In addition, Azzarone and Child’s Play were awarded a Grand Stevie Award, given to the Top 5 organizations that submit the best collection of entries.
“I am both stunned and thrilled by this incredible recognition from such a prestigious organization as the Stevies," said Azzarone. The Stevie Awards for Women in Business are the world’s premier awards for women executives, entrepreneurs, and the organizations they run. “To receive a Gold Award in three categories and a Silver in a fourth was beyond anything we could have imagined. The Grand Award topped off an amazing night!"

The timing of the awards was particularly meaningful to Azzarone: 2013 marks Child’s Play Communications’ 25th anniversary. “We were the first agency to specifically market to moms and our focus from the start has been on creating innovative services to help brands convey their message to this influential demographic. Winning the top awards for innovation and lifetime achievement at this point in the life of my company is the best inspiration to do even more going forward.”

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