2015 Summit Creative Award


            June 4, 2015 Mayville, WI – Out of more than 5,000 submissions from 24 countries, Foremost Media, designers of the MEC website, is a Bronze winner in the B2B Product Website Category for MEC Inc. in the 2015 Summit Creative Award® competition.

“We are very pleased and honored to have our website recognized on such a big stage. Foremost Media has been a great partner and continues to help us reach new levels.” said Derek Wilcox, Marketing and Communications Manager.

The Summit Creative Award (SCA) recognizes and celebrates the creative achievements of small and medium sized advertising agencies worldwide with annual billings under $30 million. Celebrating its 21st year, the SCA has firmly established itself as the premier arbiter of creative excellence for firms of this size and has become a coveted honor.

Judging for entries in 20 major categories follow a stringent set of standards. During its blind judging for Foremost Media, Inc., the Board of Judges search for and identify innovative and creative concepts, strong executions and the ability to communicate and persuade. There are winners in various categories, including everything from print and broadcast to emerging and social media.

Founded in 1994, the SIA organization annually conducts the Summit Creative Award, the Summit Marketing Effectiveness Award and the Summit Emerging Media Award. Additional information about the Summit International Awards organization, its competitions and winning firms is located on the SIA website at


About Mayville Engineering Company

Headquartered in Mayville, Wis., MEC has become a manufacturing company where employee shareholders are creating outstanding value and support every day for their customers and communities in which they live and work.  MEC serves the agricultural, commercial vehicle, construction, forestry, on/off road power sports vehicles, energy, military, and industrial markets.  MEC’s processes include complete metal fabrication, laser and plasma cutting, stamping, forming, machining, welding, tube bending and forming, painting, polishing, brazing, cleaning, assembly and kitting, prototyping, product testing and validation, fluid level indicators, stoppers, engine tubes, suction tubes, hydraulic tubes, discharge tubes, fill tubes, high temp coatings, metal encapsulated insulation, fuel tanks, air brake tanks, air intake and exhaust systems.  The firm’s core competencies include collaborative product development, design for manufacturability, engineering and design review, project management and customer service. MEC operates 17 facilities with over 2,100,000 square feet of manufacturing in Michigan, Mississippi, South Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin.  More information can be found at



Derek Wilcox