Philly Ad Club's 2008 ADDY Awards

March 6, 2008 7:59:25 PM PST
Influential Advertisers Take Top Honors at City's Largest Competition Agencies Awarded "Best of Awards" for Creative Excellence at Philly Ad Club's 2008 ADDY Awards.Hundreds of entries were submitted, but only a select few earned the proverbial "Best Of" in the field of advertising, last night, at The Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Philly Ad Club played host to its annual ADDY Awards, celebrating the regions best advertisers.

During a star-studded presentation, top executives collected awards in more than 80 categories. A total of 186 honors were awarded. Seven of those awards went out to a select group vying for the ADDY's most-coveted "Best Of" honor. And they are:

  • BEST OF TELEVISION - Salt & Pepper, FEARnet, Nonstop Screams/What are you afraid of?/Just us/Think again

  • BEST OF SHOW - Holton Sentivan + Gury, Holton Sentivan + Gury, Make Your Own TV Spot On The Spot

  • BEST OF SALES PROMOTION - 1 Trick Pony, Gorilla Coffee, Gorilla 5lb Bag

  • BEST OF PUBLIC SERVICE - Brownstein Group, Anti- Defamation League, Anti Defamation League

  • BEST OF ADVERTISING FOR THE ARTS & SCIENCES - Paragraph, Inc, Moore College of Art & Design, Moore College of Art & Design Catalog

  • BEST OF PRINT - Brownstein Group, Kyle's Treehouse, Build A Treehouse. Build A Dream.

  • BEST OF INTERACTIVE - 1 Trick Pony, Virgin USA, Virgin Festival USA Website

    The Philly Ad Club proudly boosts more than 60 years as the voice of the greater Philadelphia area communications industry and would like to thank all of this years sponsors, including, Metro Philadelphia Newspaper - title sponsor of the 2008 Philadelphia ADDY awards; corporate sponsors - Blue Plate Minds, MY PHL 17, and Avenue A Razorfish; gold ADDY awards sponsor - Cubist Media Group; silver ADDY awards sponsors - Baker Sound and Business Wire; and bronze ADDY awards sponsors - Keystone Outdoor, Serif Design, and Shooters Post & Transfer.

    The Philly Ad Club, a non-profit organization, serves the industry's professionals with distinction. As one of the region's largest and most active trade associations, more than 1,200 advertising, marketing and media professionals work to improve and promote high standards in the advertising industry.

    Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the AAF represents 50,000 professionals who guide the nation's leading brands and corporations to advertising excellence. The 210 ad clubs across the nation connect the industry with an academic base of 210 collegiate chapters to promote the well-being of advertising, educate peers, and present the industry with its future leaders.

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