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PartyLite has won two Telly Awards

July 10, 2013

PartyLite  has won two Telly Awards for its “Love at First Bright” video.  The “Love at First Bright” video features GloLite by PartyLite candles. When lit, GloLite pillar and jar candles radiate an instant, all-over glow from top to bottom, according to the company. The video highlights the candle’s mesmerizing glow and entices viewers to experience this seductive dance of light in their own homes.

“Love at First Bright” was awarded the highest Silver Telly Award in the Internet/Online Commercial category for Collectibles/Gifts and a Bronze Award for Visual Effects for its stop motion animation. The award-winning video was a collaboration between PartyLite and Phanta Media.

The Telly Awards honor the best in video and film production as well as commercial broadcast, with fewer than 10% of nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries receiving the coveted Silver Telly honor.

More info: www.PartyLite.com
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