Little Rock Advertising Federation Announces Addy Winners

by Kate Knable  on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012 5:06 pm  

The Arkansas Advertising Federation-Little Rock, a chapter of the American Advertising Federation, honored central Arkansas' advertising and creative community on Saturday with its annual Addy Awards.

Of the 375 professional and student entries submitted, 175 gold, silver and bronze Addys were awarded. Click here (PDF) to view a complete list of the winners.

Special judges awards were also awarded as follows:

Student Special Judges Award
Opal Grace Dennis - Arkansas Tech University
ICE Water Bottle

Student Best of Show
Beth Bradford - Arkansas Tech University
Moxie Wine Bottle Labeling

Special Judges Award Professional
Eric Rob & Isaac
Bethlehem House POP Display

Mosaic Award
The Design Group
AEDC Certified Minority Business Print Ads

Best of Industry Self Promotion
Soundscapes
Sci-fi Thumb Drive Mailer

Best of Photography
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
Southern Arts Campaign for The Oxford American

Best of Broadcast
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
Big Tobacco is Not Your Friend Campaign for Stamp Out Smoking

People's Choice Award
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
Lab Rat Campaign for Stamp Out Smoking
(People's Choice Award was through the AAF Little Rock app and was open for more than a week for app users to cast their votes.)

Best of Show
Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods
Groceries for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Gold and silver awards will be forwarded to AAF District 10, which includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas for competition. Gold awards chosen from this district will compete in the AAF National Addy Awards later this year.

AAF-Little Rock is a nonprofit that promotes advertising and creative work in central Arkansas. AAF-Little Rock also provides college scholarships to Arkansas students majoring in advertising or creative arts.

 

 

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