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Nike "Tag" Tops LIAA

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The 2002 London International Advertising Awards were handed out last night, with many of the prizes going to the usual suspects at this late season event. Wieden + Kennedy scored yet another award for Nike "Tag" by winning the television Grand Prize. The top print award went to Ogilvy & Mather/Mumbai for an anti-smoking ad, while BBDO's "New York Miracle" work was named best campaign. In the show's "ghost" category, Lavoie's Playground, Saatchi & Saatchi/London won in the television category for an unreleased spot for London sex shop Coco de Mer, while Ruf Lanz, Zurich, won in the print category with an ad for Twinings Tea featuring a tea cup bearing a resemblance to Charles, Prince of Wales. For a complete list of winners, visit the LIAA's website.
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