CHICAGO, June 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Leo Burnett Worldwide was named “Network of the Year” at the 95th Art Directors’ Club of New York’s (ADC) Annual Awards, held in New York. This is the third consecutive year the network has won the distinction. Leo Burnett Madrid’s client, the Spanish Lottery, received the most prestigious honor for a brand, “Client of the Year.”
“I’m incredibly proud of our network’s achievement, winning ‘Network of the Year’ for the third consecutive year. This further proves that Leo Burnett is at the forefront of bold, transformational creativity that helps our clients stand out and drive real business change,” said Mark Tutssel, Leo Burnett Worldwide’s global chief creative officer and creative chairman of Publicis Communications. Tutssel also served as ADC’s Advertising Jury Chair this year. “ADC has a standard it upholds, and does not lower it for anyone. An ADC award is rare for a reason.”
The Spanish Lottery, Leo Burnett Madrid’s client since 2014, was honored as “Client of the Year.” Its Christmas campaign, “Justino,” took home two Gold and two Silver ADC cubes.” This is the second straight year a Leo Burnett client has been crowned with this highly coveted title following Proctor & Gamble’s win in 2015.
The network collectively took home five Gold, 13 Silver and eight Bronze awards. Thirteen Leo Burnett Worldwide offices contributed to the creative performance, including Bangkok, Beirut, Buenos Aires, Chicago, Frankfurt, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Oslo, Paris, Sao Paulo, Sydney, and Toronto.
The following campaigns won the Gold ADC cube:
ADC has been a champion of the very best in commercial creativity. The ADC Annual Awards is the oldest continuously running industry award show in the world. Now in its 95th year, it celebrates the artistry and craftsmanship synonymous with beautiful advertising and design.
To see the full list of winners, visit ADC’s site at www.adcglobal.org/awards.
About Leo Burnett Worldwide
Leo Burnett Worldwide believes in using creativity to drive dynamic business change for its clients. Through a HumanKind approach to marketing, the agency puts a brand’s purpose at the center of communications to transform human behavior. Part of Publicis Communications, Leo Burnett Worldwide is one of the world’s largest agency networks with 85 offices and more than 8,000 employees. The global agency works with some of the world’s most valued brands including Coca-Cola, Fiat, Kellogg’s, Kraft, McDonald’s, Nintendo, P&G, Samsung and Tata among others. Leo Burnett is the most awarded network in the world based on Advertising Age’s 2015 Awards Report. To learn more about Leo Burnett Worldwide and its rich, 80-year history of creating iconic brands, visit our site, Facebook page and follow us via @leoburnett.
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