Partners Creative Wins 40 Montana ADDY® Awards

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Partners Creative, a Missoula-based advertising and public relations agency, recently brought home 40 Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards from the state competition.

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Partners Creative, a Missoula-based advertising and public relations agency, recently brought home 40 Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards from the state competition, held February 6, 2010, in Great Falls. Notably, the agency won six Gold Addy Awards in the categories of Non Traditional Advertising, Newspaper Campaign, Web Site Flash (Consumer), Internet Commercial, National TV (Consumer Services) and Public Service Brochure. The ADDY® Awards recognize creative excellence across all mediums of advertising.

  •     Montana State Fund won 15 Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards. Montana State Fund won three Gold Awards for Non Traditional Advertising for the NoJack Hall of Horrors at the Western Montana Fair, the Work Hard, Be Safe Newspaper Campaign and the television commercial for NoJack “Theater Jack Ass”.
  •     Discovery Ski Area won five Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards, including a Gold for its Web site.
  •     The WorkSafeMT Foundation also won five Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards, including a Gold Award for the Internet commercial “Safer Tomorrow”.
  •     Five Valleys Land Trust won six Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards, including a Gold for its new mission brochure.

Other winners included The Montana Film Office, which took home five Silver Awards, the Western Wolf Alliance which won four Silver Awards, the Rocky Mountain School of Photography won a Silver Award for its catalog, the Southwest Wolf Collaborative won a Silver Award and finally, Partners Creative won a Silver Award for its new agency Web site.

Gold and Silver winners will move on to the District 11 ADDY® Competition in Boise, Idaho, held in March, to compete against winners from Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Alaska. From there, the District winners will advance to the national competition, held in Washington, D.C.

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