REPÚBLICA WINS 17 ADDY® AWARDS
República, one of America¹s fastest-growing, cross-cultural advertising, digital, and communications agencies, announced today that it has won 17 ADDY® Awards from the Miami-Fort Lauderdale chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AdFed) for its outstanding creative work in advertising and branding.
This year marks the fifth consecutive year República earns ADDYs. The agency has won a total of 75 ADDYs since 2010, including two prestigious National ADDY Awards.
República was presented with three Gold and 14 Silver ADDYs during a special awards ceremony held on March 12, 2014. The agency received the ADDYs for its innovative work on behalf of its clients: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Goya Foods, Baptist Health South Florida, the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, BankUnited, Adrienne Arsht, Newgard Development/Centro Miami, Pernod Ricard Americas Travel Retail, Miami Trolley and eMerge Americas.
“We are honored that República and our clients have been recognized with 17 ADDYs this year,” said Jorge A. Plasencia, chairman and CEO. “Theserecognitions are a testament to the talent of our team, the quality of our
work, and the great partnerships with our clients,” Plasencia added.
The ADDY Awards is the advertising industry¹s largest creative competition, attracting more than 50,000 entries every year in the local ADDY competitions in 200 cities coast-to-coast. The mission of the ADDY competition is to recognize and reward creative excellence in the art of advertising. Awards bestowed at the local level go on to the district competition and ultimately to the national awards.
About República (@RepublicaWorld) Founded in 2006, República is one of America¹s fastest-growing advertising, digital and communications companies. Based in Miami, with satellite offices in New York and Los Angeles, República¹s industry accolades include multiple ADDY, Telly, Davey, Marcom and Silver Anvil awards. República is an affiliate of MAGNET, the premier global network of independent agencies.