High Honors for Ad Agency | Arts & Culture
At the American Advertising Federation’s National ADDY competition, one small multicultural agency truly shined. Playing in the big leagues, Brunet-García Advertising won three gold and one silver national awards – the most of any agency in Florida and the Caribbean. Only one other multicultural/Hispanic agency received an award at the national level. The winners were selected from 1,382 entries from a full range of advertising agencies around the country.
BG received Gold ADDY awards for the Block x Block Illustrations, the Players by the Sea “The Full Monty” poster and the Players by the Sea poster series. A Silver ADDY was also awarded for the Players by the Sea building design.
In addition to the national ADDYs, Brunet-García also received recognition in the 32nd Annual TELLY awards, honoring film and video productions. BG received a silver TELLY award in the local TV fund raising and appeals category for the “Bring Me Home Christmas Day” PSA created with the help of photographer Paul Figura for the Sulzbacher Center. The Sulzbacher PSA also won two bronze TELLY awards for low budget and not-for-profit categories. Brunet-García’s ADDY animation video won two bronze TELLY awards in the promotional low budget and use of animation categories.
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