Meriden-based advertising agency Rees Bradley Hepburn clinched six awards at the inaugural 'Fresh' awards in Newcastle.
The awards, which celebrate regional advertising and marketing excellence were the result of a 12 month trawl to identify the very best in creativity outside of London.
RBH gained silver awards in the Press, Poster, Television and Low Budget categories, plus bronze awards for their Radio and Charity work.
The agency's winning clients were Bullring - for whom RBH handled the highly successful launch in 2003, Church End Brewery - one of the UK's most prolific micro brewers, Stourbridge Lawn Tennis Club, and Manchester-based Genesis - the UK's only Breast Cancer Prevention charity.
Jamie Putnam, RBH creative director said: "It's always great to be recognized by your peers for the work that you do - after having had such huge success at the regional stage, it was particularly satisfying to go on and replicate that success at the grand prix."
RBH was formed in November 1995, have a billing of £48m, employ 110 staff and major clients include Jaguar Cars, Land Rover, Barratt Homes, Central Trains and Wesleyan Assurance.