SBC-Tampa Design Student Wins Gold and Silver ADDY® Awards
April 23, 2014
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Casey Moore, an IADT School of Design student at Sanford-Brown College in Tampa, won two state level ADDY® Awards: one Gold and one Silver! His winning designs are pictured below. Sponsored by the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the ADDY® Awards honor excellence in advertising and cultivate the highest creative standards in the industry.
With 60,000 entries, the ADDY® Awards are the nation’s largest advertising competition. Each winter the competition begins at the local level with the 210 AAF member clubs around the country. Entries must first be submitted in a local competition to be eligible for the ADDY® process. The local winners proceed to 14 regional competitions, and those winners proceed to the national finals.
The winners demonstrate the uniqueness of the ADDY® Awards competition each year. Their work is significant in that it has not only received national honors, but it has been recognized at the local and regional levels as well. Proceeds from the ADDY® Awards program, on all levels of competition, go back into the industry through the work of the AAF and its members, especially in the areas of advertising education and public service advertising.
Mr. Moore also won a 2013 National ADDY® Student Silver Award for ‘Elements of Advertising – Visual.’ His graphic of the Waverly Sanatorium was hauntingly beautiful.