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SIX HONORED WITH O'TOOLE AWARDS

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Fallon, Minneapolis, Wins for Large Agency Excellence

April 20, 2001

NAPLES, Fla. (AdAge.com) -- Six agencies took top honors at the American Association of Advertising Agencies O'Toole awards ceremony today

Photo: Doug Goodman..
Winners of the O'Toole awards.
at the its annual meeting in Naples.

Three awards were given out for general excellence.

Fallon, Minneapolis, nabbed the prize for large agencies with billings above $300 million.

Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis, was the winner for shops with billings between $30 million and $300 million, while Mad Dogs & Englishmen, New York, took the award for agencies with billings less than $10 million.

Catholic Church campaign
Ornelas & Associates, Dallas, won the organization's Multicultural Award. Two New York-based agencies won the O'Toole Public Service Award: DeVito/Verdi took first place for its print advertising effort for the American Civil Liberties Union, while Saatchi & Saatchi won the award for a broadcast campaign sponsored by the Catholic Church.

-- Laura Petrecca, Laura Hughes and Scott Donaton

Copyright April 2001, Crain Communications Inc.

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