MGH Takes Home Six ADDY Awards

We are thrilled to announce that MGH has won six silver awards this year at the AAF Baltimore’s annual ADDY show! It’s an honor to have our team's hard work and creativity recognized by this year’s panel of esteemed judges.

We are particularly proud that the award-winning work spans five different MGH clients and utilized the talents of multiple creative, media and account teams within the agency.

Here are the winning projects:

bb.q Chicken

Work including all elements from branding to a new website.

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Santa Monica Brew Works

Johnny Rockets Can collaboration design work, highlighting our expertise in creating impactful packaging.

Smyth Jewelers

Checkerspot Brewing Collab POP and Brand Campaign, featuring posters, can designs, and videos, which is a testament to our ability to deliver comprehensive and cohesive campaigns that showcase our clients' unique brands and stories.


Zapp's (an Utz brand)

Sinfluencer Kit for Zapp's, which showcased our team's expertise in creating engaging and impactful influencer marketing materials.


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Brandt and the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency

Fishing License Tinder Campaign, which incorporated humor and creativity, was recognized for its effectiveness and innovation.

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We want to express our gratitude to the AAF Baltimore, the judges and everyone who contributed to these successful projects. We believe that these awards are not just a recognition of our agency's creativity and talent but also a testament to the trust and collaboration we share with our clients. We look forward to continuing to push boundaries and deliver exceptional work that makes a real impact.

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