Leo Burnett Chicago received the highest honor at the Chicago Advertising Federation’s American Advertising Awards last night, winning Agency of the Year. Client Procter & Gamble received the award for Client of the Year. The Leo Burnett Group took home six Best in Category awards for work for the Chicago Art Institute, P&G Always, McDonald¹s, Allstate and the Chicago Latin Film Festival, and an additional 12 Gold, 20 Silver and 25 Bronze prizes.More Info
The annual Gunn Report ranks Leo Burnett Worldwide as number one in the “All Gunns Blazing” category, which rewards risk-taking and new world thinking, and as the third-most awarded agency network in the world for 2014. For more on our wins, click here.
We are proud to say that Leo Burnett has earned a spot on Ad Age’s coveted Agency A-List, having been named an Agency to Watch for the second time in four years. Following a banner year in 2014, including what Ad Age called a “best-loved” campaign in “Like a Girl” for Always, the magazine expects Leo Burnett to make a “big leap” in 2015.
Chicago took home Silver in the Creative/Ambient category as well as Bronze in the Activation category at this year's Young Gun awards for McDonald's "Literacy Store".
In addition to the winning work, one of our very own Chicago creatives was named among "The Best Young Talent of 2013". Congrats on your achievement, Kamil Kowalczyk!
Read more here about Leo Burnett's strong Chicago connection.
Leo Burnett Chicago, Arc and Lapiz performed exceptionally well at the highly prestigious Chicago ADDY Awards, winning a total of 45 honors. Out of the collective wins, the agencies took home 6 Gold, 19 Silver and 20 Bronze ADDY Awards. Major wins for clients included McDonald’s, Kellogg’s, Allstate, Norton and P&G.
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