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College View Book wins Best of Show for Advertising in Columbus

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The view book for Sewanee, The University of the South, was named Best of Show at the ADDY Awards for 2013 last night at the Bluestone on East Broad Street in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Created by the ad agency Ologie, the view book explores the university with strong photography and captivating copy.

Judges Choice awards went to GSW for client Stryker and the GetAroundKnee television spot and Ron Foth Advertising for the California Academy of Sciences. A Judges Choice award also was given to Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD) student Jordan E. Hoffman for an illustration campaign entitled ASPCA - The Masqued Circus.

The judges for the local ADDY awards were Anthony Nagy, Executive Creative Director, 88 Brand Partners, Chicago, Sue Mersch Parlangeli, Vice President and Creative Director, Team Detroit, and Martin Torres, Creative Director and Writer for mcgarrybowen, New York.

The American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) are the advertising industry's largest and most representative competition. Local Gold Award winners are automatically entered into the AAF Fifth District ADDY competition, in which entries from Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia will compete to advance to the national competition.

For more information and a look at all of the winners, visit the Ad Fed of Columbus website at



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