B&P won top honors in several categories at the 2018 ADDY Awards
B&P Advertising, Media and Public Relations won top honors in several categories at the 2018 ADDY Awards, presented by the Las Vegas chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
The B&P creative team won a total of seven awards, including four Gold ADDYS and one Judge’s Choice ADDY. The awards were presented on Saturday, March 24 at the World Market Center.
“It is a great honor to have the hard work of our team and the entire agency recognized by the American Advertising Federation,” said Bruce Logan, B&P creative director. “We truly have some of the best creative minds in Las Vegas at B&P.”
B&P was recognized with a Gold Addy and Judge’s Choice Addy for its Boulevard Penthouse Book featuring The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. The winning entry was a group effort by Executive Creative Director Rob Catalano, Creative Director Mike Lawrence, Art Director Mike Pond, Copywriter Chris Smith, and Production Manager Tim Gayhart.
A second Gold Addy was secured in the Print and Magazine Advertising — spread, multiple page or insert — category for a Cosmopolitan ad titled “Just the Right Amount of Wrong.” The winning team consisted of Catalano, Lawrence, and Art Director Raquel Van Nice.
Two additional Gold ADDYS were awarded to B&P, both in the Sales and Marketing Direct Mail category. The awards recognized pieces for The Cosmopolitan’s Midnight 2018 New Year’s Eve Celebration and the hotel’s Million Point Giveaway. The New Year’s Eve team consisted of Catalano, Smith, Gayhart, Creative Director Bruce Logan, and Art Director Trish Durden. The Million Point Giveaway team was Catalano, Logan, Smith, Gayhart, Art Director Drew Schultz, and Production Artist Nick Iannuccilli.
B&P also won a Silver Award for its UMC Quick Care Campaign and a Bronze Award for its Hospitality Hall Staircase Wall Art at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The ADDY Awards are the only advertising award show in Las Vegas. Winners earn the right to go to regional and national competitions.