, in-house corporate marketing departments, students and freelancers have been entering Creativity Annual Awards and we want to help them continue to be part of that tradition.
Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) August 3, 2009
Creativity Annual Awards announces an extension of the competition's deadline to August 22, 2009. "The last couple weeks have been a flurry of activity" states Marketing Director Kathleen Ritchie, "the original deadline was August 15th but our participants need a little more time and we are willing to give that to them." The competition is also waiving late fees for submissions between August 15 and August 22, 2009. Judging takes place in Louisville, KY August 27-29, 2009.
Creativity Annual Awards recognized early on that 2009 would be a challenging economic climate and the competition refused to raise entry fees or the price of winner's trophies. "The only fees that are adjusted for 2009 are shipping fees for domestic award orders." says Kathleen. She continues, "for 39 years multi-national ad shops, "mom and pops", in-house corporate marketing departments, students and freelancers have been entering Creativity Annual Awards and we want to help them continue to be part of that tradition."
Winners don't just receive a certificate to hang on their wall; Creativity Annual Award winners are published in an Annual Book by HarperCollins. The book is a robust collection of award-winning graphic design from across the globe and is distributed to book retailers in the U.S. and internationally. For additional information on Creativity Annual Awards or the Creativity Annual Awards Book, contact Kathleen Ritchie or visit Creativity Annual Awards. Copies of the Creativity Annual Awards Book are available for editorial review.
About Creativity Annual Awards:
Established in 1970 in conjunction with Art Direction Magazine, Creativity Annual Awards is based in Louisville, KY and is one of the longest running international advertising and graphic design competitions in the world. Creativity Annual Awards is judged by a panel of advertising and design professionals who volunteer their time and knowledge without personal agenda or bias. Each year the judges choose the best designs, advertisements, websites, and commercials from all over the world to be reproduced in the 400-page Creativity Awards Annual Book. The book was one of the first to showcase leading-edge design not just from New York, but from across America and all points of the globe.
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