BOCA RATON, Fla.–(Business Wire)–
With a Gold and a Silver nod at the American Advertising Federation`s (AAF)
Fourth District ADDY Awards, MDG Advertising has advanced to the finals of the
2009-2010 National ADDY Award competition. The Fourth District ceremony was held
in Tampa on May 1 to announce the winners, which are eligible to advance to the
national finals to be held in Washington, DC on May 7 and 8.
MDG was awarded a Gold ADDY for its ad campaign for Coverall and a Silver ADDY
for its interactive Escher press release for the Boca Raton Museum of Art.
“Our clients were excited to hear that we won for the work we created for them,”
remarked Michael Del Gigante, president and creative director of MDG. “What
wasn’t celebrated at the ADDYs, however, was the effectiveness of our work,
which allowed our clients to take advantage of the economic downturn and capture
market share while their competition stopped advertising.”
The ADDY Awards is the country`s largest creative competition, with more than
60,000 local entries competing in 200 cities throughout 15 districts. 1,500
national finalists will compete in the National ADDY Awards, including two
campaigns from MDG Advertising.
“We`re thrilled to be competing on this level,” says Del Gigante. “We`ll be
awaiting word from Washington and in the meantime, look forward to producing
more nationally recognized work for our clients.”
MDG Advertising of Boca Raton, FL and New York, NY is an award-winning,
full-service agency specializing in customized communications strategies. Our
core capabilities include creative, digital marketing, media planning and
buying, public relations, Web design and development, and SEO.
To learn more about MDG Advertising, call 561-338-7797 or visit
Hilarie Viener, 561-338-7797
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