|By PR Newswire||
|April 25, 2014 11:13 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Last night, Leo Burnett Worldwide was named the most awarded network at the 50th annual International ANDY Awards. Overall, the network picked up 10 wins - four Golds, four Silvers, and two Bronzes. With a platform positioned on bravery, this year's ANDY Awards celebrated bold, courageous and inventive cases of bravery in the industry today and over the past five decades.
"The ANDY Awards is the toughest international advertising show," said Mark Tutssel, Chief Creative Officer, Leo Burnett Worldwide. "With 50 years of prestige and creative excellence, being named 'Network of the Year' for the fifth consecutive year is of course very gratifying. I'm remarkably proud of our network's commitment to bold and audacious creativity."
This year's ANDY Awards recognized noteworthy talent who are at the forefront of digital and technology, and at the helm of the advertising business.
"Leo Burnett has consistently ranked highly among the most awarded agency networks by the ANDY Awards over the past 50 years, and 2014 is no different," said Gina Grillo, President & CEO of The Advertising Club of New York, organizer of the International ANDY Awards. "Our esteemed global jury were incredibly impressed by the agency's inventive creative work across multiple categories. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ANDYs by acknowledging the role bravery plays in the creative process, we believe Leo Burnett represents all that our 'be brave' mantra stands for."
Gold wins included Leo Burnett Paris' "Bike, Boat, Horse Float" campaign for Jeep, Sao Paulo's Fiat "Letters", and Sydney and Chicago's Coca-Cola "Small World Machines." Five global offices contributed to this outstanding performance – Paris, Sao Paulo, Chicago, Sydney and London. Wins for major clients included Fiat, Coca-Cola and Jeep.
Leo Burnett Worldwide's 2014 ANDY Award wins include:
- Jeep "Bike, Boat, Horse Float" – Magazine Campaign (Paris)
- Fiat "Letters" – Outdoor: Graphic Design (Sao Paulo)
- Coca-Cola "Small World Machines" – Outdoor (Sydney/Chicago)
- Coca-Cola "Small World Machines" – Outdoor: Creative Technology (Sydney/Chicago)
- Jeep "Bike, Boat, Horse Float" – Outdoor Campaign (Paris)
- Fiat "Hero Hug" – Promotional Items (Sao Paulo)
- Fiat "Letters" – Outdoor Campaign (Sao Paulo)
- Business in the Community " CV's: Kelly, Mark, Gary" – Direct Response (London)
- Coca-Cola "Small Faces" – Outdoor Campaign (Sydney)
- Mimi Foundation "If Only For A Second" – Events (Paris)
About Leo Burnett: With almost 80 years of creating iconic campaigns, Leo Burnett Worldwide believes that creativity can change behavior. A HumanKind communications company, it operates with a simple and singular approach: put a brand's purpose at the center of communications to truly connect with people. Part of Publicis Groupe, Leo Burnett Worldwide is one of the world's largest agency networks with 98 offices and nearly 10,000 employees. In 2014, the global network has been named "Most Awarded Network" by the International ANDY Awards and received "Network of the Year" nods from the ADC Awards and the MENA Cristal Festival. Leo Burnett works with some of the world's most valued brands including The Coca-Cola Company, Fiat, Kellogg's, McDonald's, Nintendo, P&G, Samsung and Tata among others. To learn more about Leo Burnett Worldwide visit our site, Facebook page and follow us via @leoburnett.
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