The Big Ad is Best In Show at MADC awards

Ferguson, Heather
June 2006
B&T Weekly;6/2/2006, Vol. 56 Issue 2566, p7
Trade Publication
The article highlights the George Patterson Y&Rs "Big Ad" advertising campaign, which swept most of the awards and bagged the 'Best In Show' at the MADC Awards. The article features some of the Y&R campaigns including Talking Boony, which won the Gold for the Best Direct Marketing Integrated Campaign, and Silver for the Best Digital Campaign.


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