The American Advertising Federation Awards for the Northwest were just announced. 48 gold and 216 silver awards were distributed amongst 560 entrants, a winning rate of 47%. Just a little more effort, and they could have sent everyone home a winner.
April 20, 2009
Addy Awards: Did you get yours?
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