Addywood Comes To GR

February 28, 2003
| By Katy Rent |
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GRAND RAPIDS — Celebration Cinema last night was transformed into ‘Addywood’ to host the Ad Club of West Michigan’s 2003 ADDY Awards.

Facing the paparazzi and walking the red carpet was all part of the show that awarded its top honors to some of the local talent.

The Best of Show Print ADDY went to The Etheridge Co. for the Nucraft Furniture Origin Dealer brochure.

The Best of Show Broadcast ADDY went to Copper for the Binder Park Zoo TV “Zebra” ad.

The Judge’s Choice Advocacy ADDY went to FLUID for the Institute for Healing Racism brochure.

The Judge’s Choice Industry Promotion ADDY went to The Polishing Center for its Buff Book.

The Judge’s Choice Innovation ADDY went to Fairly Painless Advertising for Herman Miller’s PostureFit direct mail work.

The Student Best of Show ADDY went to Kate Trogan from Kendall College of Art & Design for the ExLibris rare books invitation and the Tarte French Patisserie.

The Student Judges Osbourne Award went to Jacob VanderZee of Grand Valley State University for the Type Specimen Booklet.

The 2003 program presented more than 150 ADDY Awards to West Michigan’s top ad agencies, designers and media outlets.

Winners from the West Michigan area now will move on to the District ADDY competition, which encompasses winners from Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. Entrants will be competing against ADDY winners from Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Ann Arbor, Evansville, Flint, Fort Wayne, Grand Rapids, Lafayette, Lansing, Muncie, Peoria, Rockford, Saginaw, South Bend, Springfield and more.  

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