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ABM awards Grand CEBA to Carmichael Lynch for AAF campaign

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New York--American Business Media awarded its Grand CEBA (Creative Excellence in Business Advertising) to Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis, for its American Advertising Federation campaign. The campaign, with the tagline "Advertising: The way great brands get to be great brands," was targeted at CEOs. Other CEBA awards went to The Marlin Co., for its "Clueless Hepatitis" campaign for FoodHandler, in the single ad, one page category; Sawyer Riley Compton, for its "Burlar" campaign for CNN Newsource, in the single ad spread category; Elias/Savion Advertising, for its "Sync or swim" campaign for UCCNet, in the insert, pop-up, foldout, spectacular, gatefold and multi-page unit category; and Rodgers Townsend, for its "Pancake" campaign for SBC Communications, in the Web site advertising category.
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