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G Creative Beats All Other Agencies at American Gaming Association Awards
Published on Mon, Oct 8, 2012 (3:56 p.m.)G Creative Advertising Beats All Other Agencies at
American Gaming Association Awards
Las Vegas, October 8, 2012 – G Creative Advertising & Design took home more honors than any other agency nominated at the American Gaming Association Voice Awards. The awards luncheon took place Wednesday, October 3, at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, as part of the annual Global Gaming Expo (G2E).
A total of 15 awards were given with three of them going to G Creative in the following categories:
Best Print Advertisement Vegas Hits Roadtrip for Bally Technologies
Best Print Ad Campaign Lightning Jackpot for Bally Technologies
Best Multi-Format Ad Campaign Michael Jackson Slot Marketing Campaign, Bally Technologies
Finalists were chosen from a field of 233 entries across 15 categories. Entries were judged by a panel of 25 advertising and gaming professionals from around the U.S. Judges individually evaluated each entry on its own merit using set criteria. Awards were then presented to one entry in each category with the highest total score.
About G Creative: G Creative is a full-service agency based in Las Vegas that provides marketing and advertising solutions to a variety of local, regional and national clients. Principals Kyle Nelson and Chris Howey are hands-on creative directors who ensure that each client receives the best, most imaginative media possible. The staff is comprised of award-winning writers, artists, editors and media professionals from around the U.S.
About the AGA Voice Awards:
The AGA Communications Awards program recognizes outstanding advertising, public relations, marketing and financial and corporate communications in the gaming-entertainment industry. The only such awards program of its kind, the AGA Communications Awards program celebrates the excellence found in the gaming industry’s diverse communications efforts.
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