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Local work wins at National ADDY Awards

June 27, 2013
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Local work wins National ADDY Awards
Full Circle Marketing & Design received Gold for its "Circuit Freak Music" product design and packaging. Image via fb.com

The American Advertising Federation’s 2013 National ADDY Awards were held earlier this month and West Michigan walked away with three awards.

Isaac Daniels of Kendall College of Art and Design won Student Best in Show for “Disorder Publication.”

Full Circle Marketing & Design received a Gold award in the Sales Promotion-Packaging Campaign category for “Circus Freak Music” product design and packaging.

Boileau Communications Management received a Silver award in the Digital Advertising - Advertising and Promotion category for its Holland Board of Public Works 2012 Annual Report.

"It was incredibly exciting to see our creative work showcased in Phoenix with that of the top advertising and communications firms nationwide," said Randy Boileau, founder and president of Boileau Communications Management. "It shows the rest of the country the level of originality and the boldness of talent that West Michigan creative firms have to offer."

The National ADDY Awards are a highly competitive recognition of the nation's top creative work. An independent panel of judges evaluates tens of thousands of entries each year, and typically 100 or fewer are selected for national awards. The 2013 National ADDY Awards took place June 8 at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix.

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