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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

AWARD NZ MEMBERSHIP DRIVE, ONLY 8 TO GO TO REACH TARGET






AWARD is now only 8 New Zealand members short of its target, so if you haven't joined, do so now. Membership has its rewards of course, and one of them is an exclusive invitation to two CB/AWARD Legendary Lunches in Auckland each year - the next one being in early December.
The NZ membership drive is part of a goal to reach a record 500 strong membership before Christmas. This comes after the success of the mid-year membership drive conducted while the organisation was becoming independent of its management company.
Nearly 200 members were added during this period, including around 30 Kiwis, doubling the membership, which had dropped to a record low. The goal was to add at least 100 new members (or bring lapsed members back into the fold!) before Christmas to reach the magic 500 mark, which would be an all-time record membership. That has just been reached (on September 14). 500 members throughout Australasia and Asia gives the non-profit organisation the solid base of support it needs to fight its good fight into the future - and the means to give back to members incredible value for their membership.
ONE EXTRA BENEFIT BEING AN INVITATION TO OUR TWO EXCLUSIVE CB/AWARD LEGENDARY LUNCHES IN AUCKLAND EACH YEAR (WORTH $180 ON THEIR OWN!).
We are a compiling a running list of new NZ members right here on the NZCC Blog until the target is reached. (Hopefully we get another 30 Kiwi members, which would make the Lunches even better). So if you want to join the illustrious company below - and join us for lunch in early December - email michael@campaignbrief.com and Lynchy will put your name on the list and pass your details on to AWARD.

NEW AND RENEWED MEMBERS' LIST: NZ (since August 24)
Brigid Alkema, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
Philip Andrew, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
David Brady, FCB Auckland
Kim Ellison, DDB Auckland
Tom Eslinger, Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland
Karl Fleet, Publicis Mojo, Auckland
Jim Francis, Freelance, Wellington
Dave Govier, Colenso BBDO, Auckland
Scott Henderson, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
Martin Hermans, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
Jamie Hitchcock, Ogilvy, Auckland
Josh Lancaster, Ogilvy, Auckland
Richard Loseby, BK Advertising, Auckland
Craig Love, freelance, Auckland
Oliver Maisey, M&C Saatchi, Auckland
James Mok, FCB, Auckland
Dan Moth, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
Josh Moore, Lowe Worldwide, Auckland
Leo Premutico, Saatchi & Saatchi, New York
Levi Slavin, Colenso BBDO, Auckland
Hugh Walsh, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington
Paul Young, Clemenger BBDO, Wellington

GOLD MEMBERS: NZ
Steve Back
David Bell
Jay Benjamin
Dave Bowman
Matty Burton
Paul Catmur
Basil Christensen
Jackie Clark
Steve Cochran
Nigel Corbett
Andy Dilallo
Craig Farndale
Mark Forgan
Regan Grafton
Nic Harman
Mark Harricks
Angus Hennah
Connan James
Douglas Maclean
Richard Maddocks
Steve Mccabe
Lachlan Mcpherson
Paul Nagy
Damon O'leary
Mike O'Sullivan
Guy Pask
Paul Prince
Jeneal Rohrback
Bridget Short
Jamie Standen
Adam Stevens
Toby Talbot
Jacko van Deventer
Nick Worthington

SILVER MEMBERS: NZ
David Gapes
Vernene Medcalf

Gold Members:
To include all of the "full members" of the Association as at 8 July 2003
To also include ANYONE that has appeared in the credits for finalists or winning works in any AWARD Annual
Are entitled to price discounts on all AWARD events and products
Have voting rights at a members meeting
Are entitled to a copy of the AWARD Annual as part of their annual subscription

Silver Members:
Are people not entitled to be a Gold Member or Bronze Member ie have not appeared in the AWARD Annual or are not a student
Are entitled to price discounts on all AWARD events and products
Have no voting rights at a memberĀ¹s meeting
Are entitled to a copy of the AWARD Annual as part of their annual subscription.

Bronze Members:
Are Students in advertising, design & communications
Are entitled to price discounts on all AWARD events and products
Have no voting rights at a memberĀ¹s meeting
Have no judging rights
Are not entitled to a copy of the AWARD Annual as part of their annual subscription


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  • 8 Comments:

    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    jesus no one wants to read long boring posts like that... too much scrolling down involved.

    12:14 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous AwardWatch said...

    How come Darrl Parsons and Hywel James get to go to the lunch but aren't AWARD members? And how come Oliver Maisey isn't a member? There are others in the pics: Sion Scott-Wilson, Paul McGreevy and Anto Coates from Lowe, Murray Watt and Chris Schofield from FCB, Pete Thompson from DDB. And that new French team Loic Cardon and Estelle Nollet from Mojo. Who the fuck is in charge of security?

    1:00 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Anto Coates - NZ Idol hopeful

    1:14 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I was captured in all my celebrity at Bubble Bar. This was after the lunch at a time when AWARD membership was no longer compulsory.

    Regards, the NZ Idol hopeful

    PS Nice piece of niggle btw. Own up.

    3:17 PM NZST

     
    Blogger darryl parsons said...

    I went to Midnight Mass at St Patricks last Christmas too. And I'm not even Catholic.

    9:21 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Idol's nothing to be ashamed of

    12:18 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I'd vote for that cutie

    9:54 PM NZST

     
    Anonymous CL said...

    Advertising works. I just rejoined AWARD.

    And I just got the 2005 Annual delivered to my door too.

    Terrific cover idea, and full of good work.

    But whose idea was it to print all the copy in light-grey type on white pages, and in a too-small, much-too-condensed, san serif typeface?

    It's damn near illegible, and certainly hard to read.

    Some of us like to read the damn thing rather than just look at the pictures, which btw are also tiny.

    We all love white space in design, but if I wanted a book that consisted entirely of it, I'd steal a Zeta pad.

    10:05 AM NZST

     

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