Hello Ladies. . . I have an Emmy.

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Adding to its already crowded awards shelf, Wieden + Kennedy Portland's "The Man Your Man Could Smell Like" for Old Spice walked away with the Emmy for Outstanding Commercial at the 2009-2010 Creative Arts Primetime Emmy presentation on Saturday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

The commercial, directed by Tom Kuntz of MJZ and starring Isaiah Mustafa, bested two of W+K Portland's other spots—"Finals" for Coke, directed by Rattling Stick's Danny Kleinman, and Nike's "Human Chain," directed by Brian Beletic for Smuggler, as well as Absolut "Anthem," out of TBWA/Chiat/Day, New York and directed by MJZ's Rupert Sanders; Audi's "Green Police," out of Venables Bell & Partners and directed by Hungry Man's Bryan Buckley and the popular Betty White Snickers Spot, "Game," from BBDO New York and directed by MJZ's Craig Gillespie.

The win marks back-to-back Emmys for the Portland agency, which earned the honor last year for the Psyop-directed "Heist" for Coca-Cola.

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