Baltimore agency wins six Silver District II ADDYs and moves on to the American Advertising Federation’s National ADDY competition
BALTIMORE (May 1, 2013) – MGH, a full-service marketing communications agency, today announced that it has received six Silver District II ADDYs for its advertising and creative work for clients OLD BAY and UTZ, allowing the agency to move onto the National ADDY competition put on by the American Advertising Federation (AAF) in June. At the Baltimore ADDY competition level, MGH won the Best in Show Award for its OLD BAY Baytriotism Integrated Campaign, 10 Gold and 3 Silver ADDYs, and a Special Judges' Award for its OLD BAY Baltimore Bill Weather Predicting Crab.
The 2013 MGH Silver District II ADDY winners are as follows:
“We’re thrilled to have received six Silver ADDYs at the District II level, which includes agencies from all over the region including New York,” said MGH President Andy Malis. “MGH has strived to be an agency that gets its clients noticed, and we are honored to see the work we’ve created for them be recognized on a local, regional and now national level.
The ADDY competition is the industry’s largest and most representative competition – attracting more than 60,000 entries every year in local ADDY competitions. Baltimore is part of District II, which includes New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Washington, D.C. The National ADDY winners will be announced at the AAF’s National Conference taking place in Phoenix, Ariz., this June.
Based in Baltimore, MGH is an integrated marketing and communications agency offering advertising, public relations, media planning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, development and marketing), mobile, market research, direct response, relationship marketing and social media marketing.
MGH maintains a diverse client base spanning multiple industries. Current clients include MASN, McCormick, UTZ, the National Aquarium, Towson University, American Psychological Association, Ocean City, Md., Department of Tourism, Smyth Jewelers, Anthony & Sylvan Pools and Marco’s Pizza.
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