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Friday, May 12, 2006


Continuing its winning way around the world, George Patterson Y&R Melbourne
scored a coveted Gold Pencil for their Carlton Draught 'Big Ad' at The One
Show in New York. Grey Worldwide, Melbourne also scored a Gold Pencil for
their Open Family 'Longest Night Appeal' radio spot. Bronze Pencils went to
Lowe Hunt, Sydney for their Lynxjet campaign, Publicis Mojo, Melbourne for
their Nike 'Reincarnate' commercial and Whybin TBWA, Auckland for their
Adidas 'Be the Ball' promotion.


Anonymous AwardWatch said...

Not one comment about this. You can almost feel the Kiwis' sense of shock that they are being slaughtered at this year's big award shows by the Aussies. Get used to to: The Clios and D&AD are next and thank Christ some Kiwi face will be saved by the adidas work out of TBWA\Whybins.

4:21 AM NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's cos theres too much scamming going on in nz. They haven't got any time left to do good ads for real clients.

12:21 PM NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice work TBWA.

9:23 AM NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yup. Well done Whybins. It looks like it might be a clean sweep at the major award shows for Be the ball. There hasn't been a kiwi ad that consistently done well at all the award shows in ages.

12:25 PM NZST

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congrats Ant and Grant. Big Ad rocks.

2:49 PM NZST


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