To our friends, clients, and colleagues,
Another year of “ADDY Fever” has come and gone in the Baltimore Advertising community, and – as always – the event was filled with Bawl’mer allure, “hon-hair,” and Bergers Cookies (if you’re not from here, you wouldn’t get it). This year’s theme spoke loud and clear that pride for our beloved city is stronger than ever, and it shone brightly for all attendees at the Baltimore Museum of Industry!
On the subject of pride – and without a bit of prejudice – we’d like to take a moment to shine a well-deserved spotlight onto our incredible design team (and agency as a whole) as we celebrate a triple crown of gold from this awards ceremony.
I know just how hard, in so many different ways, that each of you at ADG tackles the daunting challenge of our annual Gumbo & Mistletoe event. Along with our full-time jobs looming in the background, we strive to honor, serve, and thank our guests, reminding the entire planet that “we are all Creatives,” in addition to channeling our mutual benevolence toward the orphans of the Crescent City—New Orleans. Well now, as an added reward, our industry has noted that we create beautiful work, and are very good at our craft.
Our Gumbo & Mistletoe “Together For Good” submission won three (count ‘em, three!) GOLD ADDYs. This speaks volumes to the level of effort you each put to the task. I am so proud to look at these awards and reflect back on the last year and how much we’ve done together, for our own craft, our outstanding clients, and our community as a whole.
I’m proud of us and grateful for you. These ADDYs…you deserve them.
Bask in the glory for a minute… OK, minute over, clients are calling!
With great creative affection,
And the Gold ADDYs go to ADG for:
• Self-Promo Collateral Direct Marketing & Specialty Advertising
• Self-Promo Collateral Special Events Materials
• Self-Promo Integrated Campaign
PS: ADG hosted its own mini ADDYs at our weekly Monday morning breakfast meet-up to share the news and remind our team that when we work together, good things happen.