Cincinnati and Louisville Awards Shows Honor LeapFrog Interactive, LFI Wins A Variety Of Awards For Extraordinary Client Work at Addys and Louies

Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) March 01, 2013

Last Friday night marked an important evening for LeapFrog Interactives Louisville and Cincinnati creative teams. In both cities, their respective advertising federations threw the most important awards ceremonies of the year the Addys and the Louies.

When we receive the invitation to submit entries for the Addys and the Louies, we look back on client work throughout the year and are anxious to enter our most compelling work into these two prestigious awards programs, said Alan Gilleo, Chief Creative Officer. This year, we were thrilled to be recognized with Silver Awards for programs we were incredibly proud of producing.

LeapFrog Interactive, a full-service digital agency, won the following awards:

Louie Awards Advertising Federation of Louisville

Silver Louie Award Photography, GuardiaCare

Silver Louise Award QR Code Ad, Sun Tan City

Addy Awards American Advertising Federation of Cincinnati

Silver Addy Award Mobile Site, Deweys Pizza

LFI is a leader among national digital agencies with creative clients like Carnival, Fruit Of The Loom, Texas Roadhouse and Sun Tan City. They plan to compete in the regional Advertising Federation with all three pieces of client work that won.

About LeapFrog Interactive

Founded in 1999, LeapFrog Interactive Agency is a full-service digital agency offering a range of guidance to identify client needs and broaden strategic capabilities. Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, with a satellite office in Cincinnati, LFI offers clients access to capabilities in SEO, PPC, Social Media, Email Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Display Media, Media Buying / Planning, Digital Design, CMS, Website Development, Research and Analytics. Client list includes world-renowned names in the Consumer Retail, Fashion + Entertainment, Financial Services, Healthcare, B2B, Food + Beverage, and Education industries. For more information, please visit

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SOLOSHOT Automatic Tracking Tripod System from SOLOSHOT Wins Prestigious ISPO BRANDNEW Award for Best New Sporting Goods Accessory

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) February 19, 2013

SOLOSHOT, the innovative automatic tracking system for a camera, has won the coveted ISPO BRANDNEW Award for the best new accessory of the year in Munich, Germany. SOLOSHOT, the first ever commercially available automatic filming system for athletes, lets users film their movement by automatically keeping their camera pointed towards them, from a distance, without a cameraman. Twelve international experts selected SOLOSHOT as the most innovative accessory newcomer from 255 entries. For more than a decade, the ISPO BRANDNEW Award has been regarded as the leading indicator of future trends and a sought-after opportunity for entrepreneurs to exhibit their new products on a global scale. The ISPO BRANDNEW contest is part of ISPO MUNICH, an international tradeshow attracting more than 2,000 exhibitors and over 80,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. SOLOSHOT was selected by experts as the best new sporting goods accessory because of its exceptional product development, high degree of innovation, unique design, multiple brand features, strong market potential and excellent marketing. Like SOLOSHOT on Facebook or watch SOLOSHOT in action on YouTube at

It is a great honor in our industry to be awarded the prestigious ISPO BRANDNEW Award in front of some of the biggest names in action sports and our entire SOLOSHOT team is incredibly stoked, said SOLOSHOT Co-Founder Chris Boyle. SOLOSHOT was conceived on a surf trip to the British Virgin Islands and our team is built of friends made while surfing and kiting the beaches of Cabarete in the Dominican Republic. The recognition from our industry peers really means a lot to us, concluded Boyle.

Before we created SOLOSHOT, there was no way to automatically film yourself from a distance without a cameraman, SOLOSHOT Co-Founder Scott Taylor added. Were excited that the international reaction to the SOLOSHOT revolution has been outstandingly positive and ISPO Munich has been an amazing launching pad to roll out distribution to our retail partners worldwide.

SOLOSHOT delivers high quality video footage without requiring someone to hold a camera for hours. Launched in 2012, the automatic filming system quickly became popular with those who enjoy surfing, kite-boarding, wake-boarding and other water sports. SOLOSHOT soon gained in popularity with all those who enjoy action sports, snow sports, field sports and even parents who are now able to effortlessly film youth sporting events. SOLOSHOT automatically keeps a camera rotated towards an athlete and is compatible with almost any camera, including iPhone and smartphone cameras with a third party tripod adaptor. SOLOSHOT automatically tracks and films moving subjects at speeds as fast as 140 mph, from distances up to 2000 feet, and has a maximum rotating speed of 40 degrees per second. The high tech tripod base communicates with a small waterproof and shock-proof transmitter that is attached to a comfortable, one-size-fits-all armband any athlete can wear. After an easy pairing sequence, the base automatically rotates as needed to continually keep the camera pointed at the athlete wearing the armband.

SOLOSHOT is made in the USA in San Antonio, Texas and the MSRP is $ 479. Visit for more information.

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Curtis Fifner, Attorney at The Donahey Law Firm, Wins Medical Malpractice Case

(PRWEB) February 14, 2013

Columbus, Ohio: A routine procedure to break up a patient’s kidney stones with shock waves resulted in the destruction of one mans spleen. Attorney Curtis Fifner of The Donahey Law Firm took on the case (Franklin County Case Number 10 CV 014046) hoping to get his client fairly compensated for his pain and suffering.

The Donahey Law Firm of Columbus, Ohio, has attorneys who regularly represent individuals who have died or suffered extensive injuries resulting from negligence of a hospital, physician, nurse practitioner or other health care provider. Our client should not have had to file a lawsuit to make the doctor take responsibility for his actions, stated Fifner. A jury, therefore, made sure the doctor was held accountable for negligently causing these severe, permanent injuries.

The jury returned a verdict against the central Ohio urologist who performed the procedure and awarded 100% of what Fifner argued the damages were worth for his client. Ive never heard of another case in which a jury awarded 100% in a medical malpractice case, exclaimed Fifner. This is highly unusual.

The defense tried to argue that injuring a spleen during the procedure was an accepted, albeit unusual complication. Fifner remarked. We showed the jury that the only way this injury could have occurred was that the doctor shocked the spleen rather than the kidney stone he was attempting to hit. As proof, we showed the jury that the kidney stone closest to the spleen did not break up, but the spleen was severely damaged. Additionally, the pathology report from the spleen showed the shock waves directly contacted the spleen, and the defense could not refute this evidence.

Fifner further indicated that he would pursue pre-judgment interest in the case since an offer to settle was never made. While the jury made sure our client was compensated, at the end of the day, a dollar amount cant be placed on what he and his family have had to go through since the initial procedure.

The Donahey Law Firm is one of the oldest personal injury law firms in Central Ohio. Established in 1968, their mission has always been to help injured people obtain fair compensation for their pain and suffering. Visit for more information.

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