The Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University creative design team scooped up 12 awards at the 2017 American Advertising (ADDY) Awards Gala held March 4 at Daytona International Speedway.
One entry alone, the “Before You Go, Donate!” poster campaign by art director Jonathon Metz and senior graphic designer Melissa Woods, collected three awards: a Judge’s Choice Award, an Impact Award, and a Gold ADDY. In total, Woods received four gold awards and three silver; Metz won one gold award and four silver.
View the Embry-Riddle winning designs.
“Once again, we are honored to be recognized by the American Advertising Federation. This recognition is a testament to the team’s extraordinary talent and creative excellence,” said Mark DiFabio, associate vice president for marketing and creative services.
The winners of this American Advertising Federation (AAF) local competition will advance to the district competition, with the chance of proceeding to the national finals in New Orleans.
Embry-Riddle’s ADDY Awards:
About the American Advertising Federation
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