Atlanta’s gay-owned Prima Printing wins National Gay Media Association’s inaugural award

Atlanta’s own Prima Printing were among the winners of the National Gay Media Association’s (NGMA) inaugural Ad POP awards. The Ad POPs (Pride in Online and Print) recognize the best representations of LGBT individuals in online and print advertising in regional LGBT media.

Prima, a Midtown Atlanta business owned by Chad Sims and his partner Angel Marcelino, was the Atlanta regional winner. Winners were selected at the national level as well, with Mercedes, Wells Fargo, the CDC, Loews Hotel and Allstate among the other winners.

The NGMA is a group of the nation’s leading LGBT newspaper publishers, located in New York (Gay City News), Washington, D.C. (Washington Blade), Boston (Bay Windows), Philadelphia (Philadelphia Gay News), Detroit (Between the Lines), Chicago (Windy City Times), Dallas (Dallas Voice), Los Angeles (The Pride), San Francisco (Bay Area Reporter), Atlanta (Georgia Voice), Ft. Lauderdale (SFGN) and Orlando (Watermark).