MEMPHIS, Tenn. — June 12, 2017 — Archer Malmo, a leading brand communications agency, won three national ADDY awards at the 2017 American Advertising Awards held Saturday in New Orleans, Louisiana. The national awards are the culmination of the annual, multi-tiered ADDY awards hosted by the American Advertising Federation; the agency received 16 District ADDYs and 64 local ADDYs earlier in the year across its Memphis and Austin, Texas offices.
“It’s an honor to be recognized at the national level by the American Advertising Federation,” said Gary Backaus, chief creative and strategy officer at Archer Malmo. “We were competing against the best agencies in the country, and these awards underscore the level of innovative, creative work our team produces.” Silver ADDYs were won on behalf of the following projects:
- Illustration category, “Baby Shower Invitation”
- Advertising Industry Self-Promotion Ambient Media category, “La Tortilla Bendita”
- Advertising Industry Self-Promotion Integrated Campaign category, “La Tortilla Bendita”
The American Advertising Awards are the largest creative competition in the world with over 40,000 local entries competing in 200 markets coast to coast. For more information on Archer Malmo’s award-winning client work and capabilities, please visit archermalmo.com.
About Archer Malmo
Archer Malmo, with offices in Memphis, Tennessee, and Austin, Texas, combines brand thinking, data and technology to help growing brands adapt to the digital and creative complexities of today. Since 1952, we’ve continually evolved to changes in the industry, helping level the competitive playing field for midsize companies. The agency’s combination of discipline specialists, strategic orientation, creativity and culture yields strong client relationships and business results. With more than 150 people, Archer Malmo is one of the oldest independent agencies in the U.S. and has been recognized by Advertising Age and others as a “Best Place to Work” and has been named to the “Inc. 5000” list of fastest-growing private companies in America for five consecutive years.