Matson Money Receives Four 2022 Hermes Creative Awards

Matson Money is a proud recipient of four 2022 Hermes Creative Awards. The Hermes Creative Awards recognize creative professionals in the concept, writing, and design of traditional and emerging media and are administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. Matson Money was a platinum award winner for our videos “ONE” and “Avalanche”.


The video ONE explores the power of coming together as ONE to restore and unite us. Either we heal as one, or we break apart. Either we create tougher, or we will be destroyed. Either we stand up for that which unites us and lifts all of us up, or we will be thrown down and torn apart. It’s time to be bold. We are Matson Money.


Avalanche examines transformation and its power to cause a shift so powerful it has the potential to impact people around the world to own their freedom, give their gifts, live their purpose… and cause an avalanche. How can transformation empower you?

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Criteria Disclosure:

“ELIGIBILITY: The competition is open to all individuals, companies, and organizations involved in producing any kind of marketing and communication materials for external or internal audiences. To be eligible, an entry must have been produced after January 1, 2020 (a 2-year window).

ENTRY FEES: The entry fee is $110 for each submission or $185 for each campaign or plan entry. If a piece is entered in more than one category, please enclose an additional entry fee for each time it is entered. AMCP does not charge for entries produced pro bono for outside nonprofits.

CATEGORIES: Categories are divided into Print Media, Public Relations/Communications and Electronic/Social/Interactive Media.

JUDGING: Now in its fourth decade, AMCP has earned a reputation for accuracy, fairness, and credibility. A look at the list of winners is a who’s who of the creative industry. It takes about eight weeks of judging, eight hours a day, to review all the work that is submitted in each competition. Judges are senior-level, experienced professionals. They are freelancers or own their own businesses. They are selected based on experience and availability.

Entries are judged at random and not directly compared to other entries in their category. Work is judged on creativity and the judge’s perception of what you had to work with. A 2-color and a 4-color brochure in the same category are not compared to each other. A small company is not compared to a Fortune 500 entrant in the same category. There can be multiple winners or no winners in any given category. Utilizing a consensus judging system, the judges verbalize their criticisms, compliments, etc., and then agree on a score. Entries receiving scores between 90-100 points are Platinum Winners. Entries with 80-89 points are Gold Winners. Entries scoring from 70-79 receive Honorable Mention recognition.”

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