Fort Lauderdale, FL, June 04, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Seven agencies win District Addy Awards at the 2017 4th District AAF Addy Awards held on May 6 in Miami. Leading the way with four District Addy’s is Brand Tango - a branding, design and digital incubation agency located in South Florida. The agency known for its stellar design capabilities won in four different categories for the sales kit they produced for the Ritz-Carlton Reserve Residences. This entry is also the only entry from the local club that qualified for the National American Advertising Awards (ADDY) Awards to be held this June in New Orleans.
The American Advertising Awards is the industry’s largest and most representative competition for creative excellence. The three-tier national competition is conducted annually by the American Advertising Federation, the only one to represent the interests of all facets of advertising: advertisers, agencies, suppliers and media.
The other District Addy Award winners include; Helium Creative, Jacaty + Associates, JM Family Enterprises, Redline Media Group, Starmark and The Pink Collective.
“This has been the most District Addy wins the club has had in quite a few years and we are excited to continue the momentum of these wins to our upcoming programming and networking opportunities,” says Andrew Martineau, AAF Greater Fort Lauderdale and The Palm Beaches’ president. “Congratulations to all the winners!”
About AAF of Greater Fort Lauderdale & The Palm Beaches
The Advertising Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale was established in 1957. It is the local branch of the national group, the American Advertising Federation (AAF). The AAF is a not-for-profit industry association with 15 districts throughout the country. In 2016, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Advertising Federation teamed up with the Advertising Federation of The Palm Beaches to form AAF Greater Fort Lauderdale & The Palm Beaches. Serving the interests of those in the advertising community, the group encourages those in their creative community to meet, coordinate, and engage in sharing ideas and best practices to foster learning and encourage local advertising and marketing students. Regularly scheduled events on relevant issues and topics of interest to the group are planned. For more information visit AAFSFL.org